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Join Project Blessings in providing home repairs to those in need

Imagine needing to repair your home for the safety and well-being of your family, but lacking the necessary funds to hire a handyman. This scenario is the unfortunate reality for many families within the Tuscaloosa, AL community. If you’d like to help, reach out to Project Blessings. We’re a nonprofit organization committed to providing home improvement assistance to low-income members of the community. Our donors and volunteers facilitate home repairs and improvements at no cost to these families. Contact Project Blessings at 205-792-0542 today to get involved.

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Ready to jump in and assist families in need within the Tuscaloosa community? There are several ways you can help us further our cause:

  • Volunteer: If you’re willing to get your hands dirty, join us on-site to help a family in need. Have some handyman skills? Even better!
  • Donate: We depend on the generosity of our volunteers and donors. If you can spare money or other resources, Project Blessings will invest your donations back into the community.
  • Spread the word: We’re always seeking new ways to spread the word about our community involvement. If you know of an individual or group searching for a worthy cause to dedicate time and resources to, tell them about the work we do at Project Blessings.

No matter how you’re able to help, know that we greatly appreciate it. Don’t hesitate to reach out to the Project Blessings team at 205-792-0542 for more information about our cause.

It's probably wise Chuck's Fish added an hour to its seventh free Thanksgiving feast for 2016, as record crowds pushed inside, from the opening at 11 a.m. until later afternoon.
Chuck's manager Erin Barfield described the early hours as "controlled chaos." The staff, which includes regular Chuck's employees, aided by an army of red-aproned volunteers serving, clearing and helping with preparation, had served roughly 450 or 500 people in the first 90 minutes. The feast added another afternoon hour this year, based on demand from 2015, thus staying open until 4 p.m.
"We're shooting for 1,200 this year; last year we did about 1,000," she said. "It's been kinda continuous, in waves almost. And we did have a line already when we opened."
With about 40 to 50 volunteer servers, some waiting tables for the first time, Barfield set a goal of 20 minutes for each table, but knew she'd have to cut some slack for the new kids.
"They're rolling with the punches, because it's a little fast-paced and crazy," she said.

Though it hasn't yet hit the numbers of the Auburn game at Bryant-Denny Stadium, the Thanksgiving Day feast at Chuck's Fish has grown into one of the Tuscaloosa community's favorite fall treats.
And it's expanding: Afternoon hours go longer this year, so diners can enjoy a meal of turkey, ham, dressing and all the fixings Thursday until 4 p.m., an hour later than 2015.
"Hopefully, this will give us a more consistent flow throughout," said Erin Barfield, manager at Chuck's. "And it'll also give people a bit of a later option."
This will be the seventh year that Chuck's, 508 Greensboro Ave. downtown, serves free food to everyone who comes through the doors. All are invited, and there's absolutely no charge.

Reach out today to learn more about Project Blessings

When you’re ready to give back to your community, consider donating your time or resources to Project Blessings. We are committed to providing home repairs to those in need within our community. If you’d like to learn more about donating or volunteering, contact Project Blessings at 205-792-0542 right away.

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