Thanksgiving Feast Raises Money to Support Project Blessings

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Kenneth Randall is president and CEO of the Alabama-based educational technology companies iLaw and iLawGlobal, which provide online educational course material to schools around the world. Outside of his career, Kenneth “Ken” Randall contributes to his community through active involvement in Project Blessings.

A nonprofit organization fueled by donors and volunteers who make home repairs and improvements for people who can’t afford a handyman, Project Blessings holds a Thanksgiving feast each year to raise money for its projects. In 2016, the event was held for the seventh time at Chuck’s Fish in downtown Tuscaloosa.

Manned by Chuck’s employees and roughly 50 volunteers, the feast served Thanksgiving dinner between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. The meals were free, but diners deposited donations in plastic buckets throughout the restaurant.

The staff of Chuck’s worked for free and did not accept tips. All money collected went directly to Project Blessings. Chuck’s annual Thanksgiving feast is Project Blessings’ biggest fundraiser of the year.

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