JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Dozens of volunteers help feed Jacksonville's homeless on Thanksgiving.

Volunteers arrived at the Sulzbacher Center around 5:00 Thanksgiving morning to start preparing to feed the needy.

Michelle Fisher helped serve hundreds of meals.

"It's a blessing to me," she said. "To just be here with them and help out anyway I can."

Men, women, even families lined up outside the center for their meals. Franz Rivera brought his son. He said seeing so many volunteers on Thanksgiving is humbling.

"I'm very thankful for the people that took time out to help us out," he said.

The meals included turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, rolls and pie.

"It's great seeing the families and the kids - it's just really been great," Fisher said.

Meanwhile, people like Rivera said this Thanksgiving, they couldn't be more thankful.

"It's very humbling," he said.