Project Blessings is a Tuscaloosa based non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping low-income and underprivileged homeowners repair their homes and achieve a better quality of living. Our mission is to help those that desperately need home repair, but do not currently have the means to make them happen. Working side by side with the homeowners, volunteer teams of all ages donate their time and energy to transform worn and weathered structures into safe and secured homes where dreams can truly come true.
Marsha Sprayberry founded Project Blessings in the spring of 2009 when it was brought to her attention that the Tuscaloosa area lacked a service to provide this specific type of help, which so many of its residents need. This need was made apparent to her when she volunteered to help grant the wish of a girl who wanted her bedroom renovated. Upon arriving at the work site, Marsha realized that the entire house needed renovating. With the support of her friends, she gather the necessary funds and took the project into her own hands, and Project Blessings was born.