New Yorkers are pitching in to ensure needy families enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.
Volunteers from the self-dubbed "Occupy Sandy" movement helped prepare turkeys and sides at St. John's Episcopal Church Wednesday.
Since the storm, volunteers have helped prepare tens of thousands of meals for Sandy victims.
"When it first happened, everybody was trying to help, and now it dies off, people go back to their regular lives, but those affected, they're still dealing with it," said chef Norman Kailee. "We have to have some kind of consistency, so I'll be here."
To find out how you can get involved, visit interoccupy.net.