The Cleveland Cavaliers brightened Thanksgiving for some of CMSD’s most needy families, treating them to a holiday dinner at The Q.
On Tuesday night, Coach Tyronn Lue, assistant coaches, players, team executives and volunteers served a turkey dinner to 250 guests invited by CMSD’s Project ACT.
Project ACT provides instructional and support services to children who are experiencing homelessness, other economic hardship or similar situations.
The dinner, served in The Q’s Bridges Restaurant, is part of the Cavaliers’ annual “Season of Giving,” presented by Nestlé Baking. Nestlé and Aramark, food and beverage supplier at The Q, provided the meal.
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