With the help of Usher who also co-owns theCleveland Cavaliers, Colin Kaepernick just wrote his last check as part of his pledge to contribute “$1 Million” pledge campaign with the matching assistance of various urban celebrities. Earlier today Kap took to Twitter with a video of his own to announce and thank the collaborative efforts of everyone who joined him in contributing to various organizations that nurture and lead disparaged American residents to lead a better quality of living as well as with the evolution of justice reform.
Kaep first started the program back in 2016 when learning of various injustices happening across the country to black and various people of color, vowing to donate his own money of $1 Million to more than 40 charitable causes, including Communities United for Police Reform and The Black Youth Project. growing closer to its completion of the pledges, Colin accepted the assistance through his last $100K contributions with a 10 For 10 challenge which including Steph Curry, Snoop Dogg, Serena Williams, Chris Brown, T.I. and Meek Mill (from prison) and lastly Usher. For his final $10k pledge, Colin and Usher choose H.O.M.E. — an org. helping single mothers facing economic hardship.
“This was an opportunity to do something major and you did it,” Usher told Kaep in a thank-you vid. “This is a result of us helping each other. We all become stronger.”
I am happy to announce I have completed my #MillionDollarPledge. For the final #10for10 joining me is my brother @usher! He is donating $10k to match my $10k for $20k for H.O.M.E from Lithonia, GA. Head to https://t.co/aK6dK9NZZA for a complete list of my Million Dollar Pledge! pic.twitter.com/WiSAJePPcB
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) January 31, 2018