CINCINNATI -- Ashley Hamilton was in good company Thanksgiving night: She was in one of the two dozen cars that stopped by Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine offering food to the less fortunate.
It's not part of any special plan; they just show up unprompted.
Hamilton said no one should go hungry on a holiday.
"We just go around and we look for people, and we make meals for them and bring them stuff," she said.
Kevin Richard, a recipient of the good-will gesture, said strangers' kindness is hard to put in words.
"I know people need a lot of food," Richards said. "There's a lot of people that are homeless here, and they're not having no dinner party today with their loved ones and stuff, so we thank God for them."
A park employee said much of the food was taken to other parts of the city, too, to help feed as many people as possible.
Watch the video above to hear from more people about why they spent their holiday helping those less fortunate than themselves.