The WWAY One Day Blitz benefiting the Salvation Army was such a success it had the folks inside Krispy Kreme in overdrive trying to get the donuts out the door as soon as they are ordered.
Many people around the Cape Fear spent their Wednesday night giving back to the community by preparing meals for Thanksgiving.
Dozens of people came together Wednesday to give those in the community a traditional Thanksgiving meal and the opportunity for a health checkup.
A Wilmington man was homeless for 10 years before he decided to turn his life around. Now Frank Lewis is celebrating the holidays as a newly sober man.
Jennifer Andersen is setting her class on the right path at Pine Valley Elementary School in Wilmington and she loves doing it!
"I just love seeing their little brains light up and how eager they are to learn," she says, "it's simply amazing how much they grow up."
Montgomery Lanier is only 11 years old, however she is making big plans to help foster kids in the Cape Fear. She has founded Carry with Confidence, a charity to collect luggage for kids who need it.
The Wilmington alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity is taking part in the season of giving. Their goal is to provide Thanksgiving dinner for eight Wilmington families.
Bob Brennan, who has taught at CFCC for 20 years, is in need of a double lung transplant and was given 6 months to live unless he gets a transplant.
The Lower Cape Fear Hospice hosts its annual tradition amidst the inspiring backdrop of the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
WRAAP and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC are holding a benefit to distribute food items to families in the community.