Turkeys, green beans and cranberry sauce. Crate after crate of food was ripped open and packed together to be delivered to families for their Thanksgiving meal.
"We all take for granted, I think, come Thanksgiving that we're going to have a big dinner with our family and our friends and there's folks out there that are going through rough times that may not have that opportunity," said Cheryl Riley, Director of Executive Affairs at AT&T.
AT&T And their "Bountiful Baskets" program donated food to Needs Incorporated that will help feed nearly 500 families in Laramie County.
"If it wasn't for them, we'd be in the same boat as last year with no turkeys, no cranberry sauce or anything," said Ami Skeens, retiring Executive Director of Needs Inc.
Nearly a dozen employees from AT&T plus one young boy volunteered their time to make sure everyone would be getting a Thanksgiving dinner.
"I like to help them so they can have a Thanksgiving dinner," said Jack Riley.
Needs is boxing up the meals Friday to be delivered Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
If you're in need of a meal, there's still time to stop by and reserve yours.
"We're going to be able to help anybody in Laramie County that needs a Thanksgiving box, they can come in and all they need is picture ID," Skeens said.
Skeens will be retiring as Executive Director of Needs Inc. at the end of the month and Diane Davis will be taking her place.
Davis says these donations were needed now more than ever.
"People do come in really down and out, jobless and having to ask for help and it really is humbling," Davis said.