More than 450 people showed up to the Tides of Love event Saturday, which was created by former
Every month, Tides of Love provides a warm meal, groceries, and clothes to people in need.
"This is our fourth year of tides of love and it's grown tremendously,” said Jeter. “We had 15 people our first meal and now we're at like 400 so that's fantastic."
This month's event featured a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal made possible by generous donations from local businesses.
"It's one of our biggest meals of the year,” said Jeter. “Last year we had I think 450 people, so we're expecting even more than that this year."
Ashley says she hopes to turn Tides of Love into a non-profit organization.