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(NECN: Ally Donnelly, South Boston, Mass.) - Glen Davis of the Boston Celtics was one of about 250 volunteers serving meals to the homeless men and women at the Pine Street Inn in Boston. Sixty-three turkeys topped with 42 gallons of gravy to go along with 460 pounds of mashed potatoes and 550 pounds of stuffing made up this Thanksgiving feast. About 7,000 men, women and children in the city of Boston are without homes. The Pine Street Inn has about 700 beds, which fill up quickly. For this day, though, the homeless were treated to a meal made with care. Even some local celebrities pitched in. "It's breathtaking to know that there's a lot of people out there without a home," Davis said. "I know how important that is to have a home and to belong." Davis said that, having gone through a tough childhood, he knows exactly what some of these folks are going through. To provide help for the Pine Street Inn -- either with money or a special skill -- contact them via <A HREF="http://www.pinstreetinn.org" target="_blank">PineStreetInn.org</A>.