Thousands of cars were lined up outside a Dallas-area food bank on Sunday, hoping for groceries and a Thanksgiving dinner.
Organizers at North Texas Food Bank say demand has certainly increased due to the coronavirus shutdown, with more than 40% of those in line being first-time visitors. Over 600,000 pounds of food, including 7,280 turkeys, were handed out on Sunday. The shutdown has affected more than a million Texans, more than any other state. It’s more important now than ever before to donate to the High Plains Food Bank.