LifeCare Alliance looked more like an Army barracks than a distribution center as military humvees backed into the loading docks Saturday morning.
More than 20 reservists with the 454 Transportation Company volunteered their time to help deliver Meals-on-Wheels to help feed those in need.
"This is just our opportunity to give back to the community and we just appreciate having the ability to serve our community as well as or country," said Staff Sergeant David Jeffries.
He, along with his fellow soldiers were greeted by a LifeCare Alliance instructor at the headquarters at 670 Harmon Avenue.
They were armed them with clipboards and 200 addresses of where and what to deliver to the homebound.
Despite the wintery morning mix, they packed up their trucks and headed out for their deliveries.
The soldiers told 10TV it was their choice to help others, to show Central Ohio how much they appreciate the continued support of their jobs to defend our nation.
For many reservists, it was their first time volunteering with LifeCare Alliance and say they are hopeful when they can't be there, that the community will step up and do the same.
"Just make sure that they check up on the elderly, if they have neighbors especially during these times when they need us the most they can't get out, so this is very important," said Jefferies.