Hosts Thanksgiving for Those With Nowhere Else to Go
Scott Macaulay isn’t one to turn anyone away, especially for Thanksgiving. The last 28 years he has celebrated the holiday with those who can’t afford to cook themselves, can’t be with their family or just want the company. He pays for, cooks and serves the meal by himself.
Even difficult times haven’t stopped him — such as when he had to get a pacemaker or when the ovens were broken at the fellowship hall where he prepares the meals.
Learn more about Macaulay’s tradition, one that he enacts despite his own financial struggles.
Thanks to The Boston Globe.