Since the early 90's the Meals on Wheels Program in Fayetteville has helped hundreds of seniors across the area to ensure they have a meal 5 days a week.
LeaAnn Van Winkle-Giesler is with the program and said, "We understand what we do truly makes a difference in these people's lives."
"At the end of the day you feel pretty good knowing that you were able to make a better days for themselves," said Leonard Lopez who volunteers with the group.
William Hunter is a senior on the receiving end of the Meals on Wheels Program for more than 5 years.
William Hunter said, "It's really a blessing to be taken care of where I don't have to worry about my meals."
More than just hot meals though, the program is also providing friendship and company
Hunter, said "Living alone it gets pretty lonely around here sometimes."
"The feeling of not being forgotten. That is probably the thing we hear the most is how wonderful it is that someone is there every day," said Van Winkle- Giesler.