The Robin Hood Project: 15 Times Game Gave Back [Photos]
There are a lot of rappers who do big things for charity, but rapper Game is definitely special. There’s really not a day that we don’t see him doing his part to give back in some way or another.
Last year he started The Robin Hood project, to benefit those in need. His goal is to give out $1 million in a year, and he’s working hard to get the money out to people.
As of January 2014, Game had given away over $100,000 of his own money, and counting. In the last six months he hasn’t slowed down either. Besides founding an AAU league recently –the Frogg All-Stars — he and the Robin Hood Project linked with #Hashtaglunchbag to hand out free lunches to people in downtown L.A.’s skid row area. If that wasn’t enough, this week he worked out a deal with Kevin Durant $20,000 worth of goods to the Frogg All-Stars.
There’s something very inspiring about Game’s charitable efforts. The father of three is an example that doing good deeds aren’t just reserved for the holidays. Hit the gallery to view some of the many, many people he has helped in the last year alone.