Project Blessings Hosts 6th Annual Thanksgiving Lunch

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The former dean of the University of Alabama, Kenneth “Ken” Randall has led iLaw and iLawGlobal as chief executive officer and president for the last three years. An active member of his community, Kenneth Randall maintains a seat on the board with Project Blessings in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Dedicated to raising the standard of living for countless individuals across Alabama, Project Blessings facilitates free home improvement projects to benefit those in need. As a nonprofit organization, it primarily relies on the work of over 500 volunteers and the generous donations of the local community. Over the last six years, Project Blessings has also funded many of its projects through its annual Thanksgiving lunch.

On November 26, 2015, the organization once again paired up with Chuck’s Fish to offer free Thanksgiving meals to more than 1,000 guests. Held in downtown Tuscaloosa, the event served not only as a way to give back to the community but also as a way to bring people together. Families and individuals from all backgrounds dined in one large group and feasted on over 1.5 tons of Thanksgiving fare.

Though the restaurant offered its meals for free, individuals had the opportunity to make a donation to Project Blessings to benefit its humanitarian work. The success of this event has made it the organization’s most important annual fundraiser.

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