With that spirit in mind, H.E.B. is kicking off the holiday season by delivering a holiday feast to hundreds of homebound West Texas families.
H.E.B. is partnering with Midland Community and Senior Services to hand-deliver the holiday dinner to 600 homebound families.
On Wednesday morning, volunteers prepared the tradition meal of baked turkey, mashed potatoes, vegetables, along with a dinner roll and milk.
The hot meal delivery is all leading up to H.E.B.'s annual Feast of Sharing on November 2nd.
The free holiday dinner is expected to bring out more than 7,500 people.
"It's very, very humbling because you see a lot of folks that need the meal," H.E.B. Midland Unit Director Bob Murphy told Big 2. "And you see a lot of folks that don't get a lot of companionship and are lonely so it brings a lot of folks together. But it brings really just about somebody from every walk of life."
H.E.B.'s Feast of shearing will be held at the Midland Horseshoe Arena on Friday, November 2nd, from 4 PM to 8 PM.
The event is free and open to anyone and everyone.