This is the season of giving and local soup kitchens are encouraging people to pitch in.
Thanksgiving is a very busy time for these organizations which means they're desperate for all the help they can get.
Some soup kitchens currently have fully stocked fridges, but organizers are saying they won't be full for long. That's because they feed a lot of people over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Soup kitchens everywhere are in a similar situation which is why they're all looking for donations and an extra set of hands. Volunteers believe it's a great way to help people in need.
Ginny Lenhart manages the Morgantown Community Kitchen. She said, "If you're fortunate enough to have a job, a steady income, and a healthy family, then think of the person that might not have that."
Soup kitchen organizers want people to know that anyone who would like to help over the holidays is more than welcome.