Someone Bought Thanksgiving Dinner for 150 Families

There’s a guy near Philadelphia who won’t reveal his name.  But he’s been doing something pretty cool for almost a decade.

Back in 2008, he anonymously donated Thanksgiving dinner to 30 families who couldn’t afford it.  Apparently he worked with a charity, and paid for everything they’d need.

And he’s kept doing it every year since then, but it’s gotten even bigger.

This year he’s donating enough food for 150 family dinners . . . including about 3,000 pounds of turkey, and $22,000 worth of groceries.

He’s working with a charity called the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund, which delivers groceries to people who can’t afford them.  And a lot of the people they help are parents with kids who are battling some sort of illness.

One of the women who helps with deliveries said a lot of the people would just be going to soup kitchens on Thanksgiving.  So they really need it.

And a social worker who’s involved said that when she told some of the families about it last week, they started CRYING because they appreciated it so much.