Thanksgiving donations down in wake of Sandy

The Salvation Army says it has a lack

The Salvation Army says it has a lack of turkeys compared to past years.

THE BRONX - With so many people giving back in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, some charities are seeing a drop in donations leading up to Thanksgiving.

The Salvation Army says it usually sees an increase in donations for holiday meals, but this year it has a lack of turkeys.

Many local charities, including POTS, say they'll still have plenty of Thanksgiving meals to hand out next week.

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