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NBA legend Michael Jordan is doing is part in helping those affected by Hurricane Florence. The former baller announced that he will be donating $2 million to the American Red Cross and The Foundation For The Carolinas' Hurricane Florence Response Fund in in support of his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Jordan told The Charlotte Observer,
“You gotta take care of home. Wilmington truly is my home.”
As the co-chairman of the Hornets, Jordan along with franchise players and staff will help pack disaster food boxes that’ll go to those directly affected. In support of their 'do good' efforts, the NBA has teamed up to launch a donation platform with verified local organizations working on immediate Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
For more information and to donate visit, cares.nba.com.
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