The annual lights display helps bring in donations for the nonprofit.
You can drive around the court or take a stroll with the family and drop in your non-perishable foods in the bin at the end or make a cash donation.
Homeowners that participate in the event say it’s a lot of work, but well worth it.
“Access needs that food and so, it feels good. And besides, you get to enjoy the Christmas spirit,” said Greystone homeowner Richard Stamper.
The food drive officially starts on Wednesday the 21st running through Christmas Eve from 5:30 to 9:30 and it’s rumored that Santa himself will be there to greet children and families.
If you do decide to drive through, make sure to keep traffic flowing so everyone can enjoy the lights.