This is what I found on BREITBART.COM:
Two North Carolina sisters are on a mission to make sure each family in need is well fed on Thanksgiving Day.
“We started this as a service project in 2017 for the family to do in the holidays,” the girls’ mom, Lisa Fischer, told CNN. “When I initially suggested we donate one box of food, Alex said that wasn’t enough and that we should do ten boxes.”
Alex was seven at the time, and the charity the family supported was the Charlotte Rescue Mission—a nonprofit that provides transitional housing for 120 days in Christian settings for men and women who are dependent on drugs and/or alcohol and are mostly homeless.
Alex and Caroline decided to host bake sales and lemonade stands to get the funds they need to help families this year, WSOC reported. Last weekend, their lemonade stand sold out for the first time. The sisters have raised enough to buy 108 turkeys and food boxes.
From cherry pies to turkeys and mashed potatoes, two sisters are on a mission to make sure families in need have the Thanksgiving dinners they deserve. https://t.co/ruON9E4ie2
— WTOP (@WTOP) November 9, 2019
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