For Thanksgiving this year, one New Jersey restaurant is serving up a little altruism.

South Jersey's Adelphia Restaurant is partnering with Deptford Mayor Paul Medany to offer free Thanksgiving meals to families in need from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23, the day before Thanksgiving.

The four-hour sit-down dinner is entirely complimentary, and includes turkey, stuffing, salad, potatoes, vegetables, soft drinks, and pumpkin pie for dessert. According to a release, the offer is open to "anyone in need of a warm meal, or who may have no one to celebrate Turkey Day with the following day."

On Thanksgiving itself, Adelphia will open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., with complete turkey dinners available from opening until 9 p.m. The cost there is $34.95 for each adult, and $16.95 for kids aged 10 and under.

Paid dinners include a whole turkey with all the trimmings, plus soup, salad, vegetables, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, various pies and desserts, and soft drinks, coffee, and tea.

The restaurant will also have available a Thanksgiving buffet, which runs $36.95 for adults, and $16.95 for children.