"Keep a Light in Your Window", the official Daddy Bruce Randolph documentary, will be screening on
Tuesday, June 6th 2017
at Park Hill United Methodist Church
(in balcony parlor)
5209 Montview Blvd, Denver CO 80207
Call (719) 310-2940 or click here for info
"Keep a light in your Window" is the official documentary on the life of "Daddy" Bruce Randolph, who is still one of Denver's most recognized social philanthropists. Bruce Randolph was a restaurant entrepreneur who dedicated much of his life to helping those who were less fortunate. He was born in Pastoria, Arkansas on February 15, 1900. Bruce’s grandmother Laura Hart, a former slave, instilled in him his Christian faith and beliefs. She also gave him her secret recipe for making barbeque sauce. Daddy Bruce opened his restaurant in Denver in 1963 at the age of 63. He began to give out meals to those who were less fortunate during the holiday seasons. Bruce Randolph was recognized during his life time by national and local politicians. In 1985, 34th Ave where his restaurant was located was renamed Bruce Randolph Ave. In 2008 a new school was built and named Bruce Randolph School. The film covers his rise from poverty to becoming an icon whose legacy is still being recognized and honored today.
For additional information: Rev. Ronald Wooding D.Min. 720-435 5738 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are gearing up for our Kickstarter campaign to help us take the official Daddy Bruce Randolph documentary to the next level. Thank you in advance for your support and please stay tuned!