As the Hip-Hop community continues to help the people of Haiti, who better to lend a helping hand than entrepreneur and CEO of P. Miller Enterprises, Percy Miller.
The former No Limit soldier is assisting Haiti by hosting a benefit concert aimed mainly at the youth of the country whose schools have been destroyed in the devastation.
Taking place Superbowl Sunday, proceeds from the concert will benefit IHeartHaitiKids.org.
Speaking on the upcoming benefit in a statement, Miller says that he can directly relate to the children of Haiti after witnessing the affects of Katrina on children in his hometown.
“Seeing the process that the Hurricane Katrina victim kids have gone through, I understand the importance of the immediate need to help start the recovering and rebuilding process for education and getting kids back into the school system.”
He also adds that proceeds will directly go to the rebuilding process, helping to pay for books and school supplies.
“The earthquake has destroyed many schools. I’m teaming up with young entertainers, throwing a concert, and reaching out to young stars that want to make a difference…Your donation will also be used towards the rebuilding of their schools, school supplies and books; putting these devastated kids on track to receive a proper education in their recovery process.“
Miller is also asking for donations through IHeartHaitiKids.org
A lineup of performers for the concert is still forthcoming.