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Thanksgiving meals will go to military families and the elderly this season
Business owners step up to help provide Thanksgiving meals for elderly, military families
‘Feed the Fridge’ founder Mark Bucher discusses how his organization is helping provide Thanksgiving meals to families in the Washington, D.C. area.
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, many people are looking for ways to give back to members of their communities who may be in need of a holiday meal.
Feed the Fridge is a nonprofit organization that partners with small local restaurants to help bring meals to people in need. The organization places refrigerators stocked with food throughout communities.
This Thanksgiving, Feed the Fridge is helping the community differently by giving 300 military families in the Washington, D.C., area a Thanksgiving meal.
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Founder Mark Bucher, a D.C. restaurateur, joined "Fox News Live" on Sunday to discuss the initiative — and how his group plans to make a difference this season.
"It’s silly that in a country where these soldiers might be on a front line tomorrow, [they] have to worry about food [that] their wife or their kids or their families might have to get," he said.