The Foundry Ministries delivered Boxes of Hope to low-income, elderly, and disadvantaged families in Bessemer at the Jess Lanier Manor. Each Box of Hope was filled with a freshly prepared with a Thanksgiving meal complete with turkey, dressing, and all the fixings.

Also, on Wednesday, November 19, ministry volunteers served a traditional holiday meal to disadvantaged individuals and families at The Foundry’s community Thanksgiving lunch. Volunteers included members of the Thespian Troupe # 6639 from the Corner Theatre Academy at Corner High School, students from UAB School Of Nursing, and Regions Bank Employees. An estimated 40 volunteers helped the ministry serve these meals. Anyone in the community who was hungry or homeless and couldn’t afford the cost of preparing a traditional holiday meal and also desired fellowship and encouragement were invited to attend the community Thanksgiving lunch.

Approximately 250 holiday meals were served at the community Thanksgiving meal and delivered to Jess Lanier Manor in Bessemer.

For more information on The Foundry Ministries, visit www.foundryministries.com.