Gov. Abbott delivers Thanksgiving meals to homeless in Austin

Texas Governor Greg Abbott delivers meals to homeless people and those in need in Austin on Thanksgiving Day. (Photos: Office of Governor Greg Abbott)
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WACO, Texas (KWTX) Governor Greg Abbott and First Lady Cecilia Abbott on Thursday delivered Thanksgiving meals to those in need in Austin.

The governor and first lady visited several homes in the Austin area with Meals on Wheels.

They also delivered meals to the temporary camping space the state set up for homeless people in Austin.

"I am grateful to see so many Texans helping those in need celebrate on this day of thanks," said Governor Abbott in a news release.

"The selflessness of these volunteers does not go unnoticed and serves as a testament to the Texas spirit. Cecilia and I wish everyone across the Lone Star State a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving."

Meals On Wheels Central Texas delivers meals every day to home-bound adults and people with disabilities.