Utah Jazz hosting Thanksgiving dinner

Salt Lake City (ABC 4 Utah) -- Tonight, the Utah Jazz will serve 3,600 meals to homeless and low-income people in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City (ABC 4 Utah) -- Tonight, the Utah Jazz will serve 3,600 meals to homeless and low-income people in Salt Lake City.

The Utah Jazz will host the 15th annual 'We Care - We Share' Thanksgiving Dinner area for homeless and low-income residents at EnergySolutions Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 27, from 11 AM - 2 PM.

In collaboration with the Salt Lake City Mission and Utah Food Services, the Jazz -- led by the Miller family, players, coaching staff and employees -- will roll up their sleeves and serve a complete Thanksgiving meal to thousands of residents in need.

The annual event is part of the NBA Cares Season of Giving and demonstrates the team's ongoing commitment to hands-on service and year-round community outreach.

Jazz players, including Rudy Gobert, Enes Kanter and John Lucas III, along with coaches, executives and employees, will help serve more than 3,600 guests a warm meal.

The event will also feature a winter clothing distribution and a play area for children, equipped with games and other fun activities.

The Zone Sports Network will be present for the event via a live radio remote from the concourse.

And for more on the Jazz, check out utahjazz.com
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