The non-profit invited people in from the cold to eat a hot meal at it's Fayetteville shelter. Director Danny Camarillo says the yearly event is motivated by the love of god, to serve the people of Northwest Arkansas, and it wouldn't be possible without the volunteer's participation.
"It really says a lot," Camarillo says. "It says that the community cares, about where they live, and it says that the people of this community, the volunteers are always willing and ready to give of themselves."
Camarillo says the Thanksgiving dinner also provides a chance to let people know about other ways the salvation army can help.