20 Towns in Twenty Days continued on Wednesday with a trip to Enfield.
Channel 3 went to Cold Harbor Seafood and Market on Taylor Road on Wednesday.
There they have all kinds of fresh seafood and the owners credit their success over the past four years to the wonderful community.
"No matter what, they're just - they're just really supportive. They come in here, they want us to succeed,” said Luann Lanzieri of Cold Harbor Seafood and Market.
Also in Enfield, is a small soup kitchen that received some much needed help.
Channel 3 stopped by Enfield Loaves and Fishes, where they serve more than 101,000 meals per year.
The soup kitchen was founded more than three decades ago and is open seven days per week.
It is located in the St. Andrew’s church hall on Prospect Street, where the small staff and volunteers pride themselves on serving homemade meals while offering so much more to those in need.
"We do more than feed. We help put people in a better place, if it's a job, if it's the rent, if it's social services - whatever they might need,” said Priscilla Brayson, of Enfield Loaves and Fishes.
Eyewitness News was happy to help the organization with a $1,000 donation.
The director said it will buy 5,000 pounds of food to feed more families in need.
They also received a $500 gift certificate to buy anything they need at PC Richard and Son.
For more information on Enfield Loaves and Fishes, click here.
To check out Cold Harbor Seafood and Market’s website, click here.
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