Hundreds of thousands of pounds of food is being assembled into packages and delivered to less fortunate families in the area.
The KHRT Horn of Plenty reaches out to families in need during the Christmas season and this year will be the 29th year running.
Donations of non-perishable food items and toys are collected and sorted into packages.
These packages provide a Christmas Day meal and toys for the children, serving families within a 100 mile radius of Minot.
The Horn of Plenty packages are being assembled now, but it is not too late to donate items and you can do so by dropping them off at any of the locations on your screen.
(Roy Leavitt, Manager, KHRT Radio Station, Minot) "It has been quite phenomenal this year actually. We have about 350 families this year that we are going to be helping and there is about 617 children of the Horn of Plenty that are going to be receiving about three new toys apiece as well."
In every one of the 350 packages assembled by the Horn of Plenty, you'll find the centerpiece to a plump Christmas feast.
Trinity Health began a turkey drive a few weeks ago hoping to provide 100 turkeys.
The overwhelming response from Trinity employees exceeded the goal by a factor of four --- raising more than six-thousand dollars --- enough money to purchase around 400 turkeys.
The Horn of Plenty was expected to need 350 turkeys, so the remaining funds will be used to 'stuff' the packages with extra trimmings.
Visitors and community members contributed to the turkey fundraiser, but it was primarily driven by employees and some friendly competition.
(Randy Schwan, Trinity Medical Center Vice President) "It gave folks a channel to give and they were very excited to do it and the response was amazing. They always come through with that kind of response. It's humbling to watch."
The Horn of Plenty will be accepting donations until December 17th.
Any excess donations will be given to local food pantries.