It’s Bo Time! Local Birmingham Bojangles’ are supporting United Ability

Photo courtesy of United Ability

It’s Bo Time = United Ability Time.

United Ability, one of Bham Now’s favorite organizations has teamed up with Bojangles’ 14 Birmingham area locations to raise funds for the non-profit till December 24.

An organization that provides innovative services connecting people with disabilities to their communities and empowering individuals to live full and meaningful lives, United Ability,  has served the Magic City for more than 70 years.

How does the Bojangles’ fundraiser work?

Running through Christmas Eve, Bojangles’ customers are invited to support United Ability by making a $1 contribution along with their meal purchase at participating Bojangles’ restaurants. Customers will then be asked to endorse a card which will be displayed in the store dining area or kitchen. As a thank you, participating customers will receive a voucher for a free sweet biscuit. One hundred percent of the proceeds from donations will benefit United Ability.

Here is a recent segment on WBRC’s Good Day Alabama with Jehjeh Pruitt that describes the program in detail.

Very Grateful

This is the 3rd annual campaign for United Ability that Bojangles’ has held in the Birmingham. United Ability’s longtime CEO Dr. Gary Edwards expressed his gratitude.

“United Ability is immensely grateful to partner with a community-minded company like Bojangles’,” said  “We are always excited to align with companies that share our passion for helping children and adults with disabilities to live full and meaningful lives. With the collaboration of Bojangles’ and our other corporate partners, along with the dedicated, experienced therapists and staff, it is our goal to continue to transform the lives of individuals with disabilities throughout Alabama.”

Birmingham, United Ability, Bojangles, fundraiser
Photo courtesy of Bojangles Inc.

Last December, Bojangles’ customers fundraised more than $24,000 to life-changing care, therapy, and resources provided by United Ability.

“Giving back to our communities is built into the fabric of our team culture at Bojangles’,” said Brian K. Little, Senior Corporate Communications Director for Bojangles’. “We share United Ability’s passion for improving the lives of local children and adults, and our team is looking forward to another successful fundraiser this holiday season.”

It’s Bo Time Birmingham

Before Christmas Eve, treat yourself and the entire family to a meal at Bojangles’. Give to United Ability and make a difference.


  • Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.