Quavo’s“Huncho Day” resulted in a HUGE blessing for 25 single mothers living in Atlanta. The ATL native donated $150,000 to an organization that’ll help support single mothers for the next year! That’s amazing.
The Migos rapper also hosted a celebrity football game that involved Offset, Tyreek Hill, Cam Newton and several more celebs. Everything inside…
Just in time for Mother’s Day, several Atlanta-area single mothers are about to get a HUGE blessing.
In honor of his annual “Huncho Day” contribution, this year Quavo donated $150,000 to the Tender Foundation. With Quavo’s sizable donation, the foundation will be able to support 25 single mothers living in Atlanta for a year!
”At Tender, we’re bridging the financial gap and providing a safety net for single moms living on the margins here in Atlanta,” said JaycinaAlmond, founder of Tender Foundation. “Our core programming consists of emergency bill pay assistance with rent, utilities, and childcare; providing Grocery store gift cards and operating a diaper bank. Now, with Quavo’s help, we’re able to pilot a new initiative called The Bridge."
The Bridge is a guaranteed income program founded on the premise that every mother deserves the opportunity to parent without the stress of survival. The Bridge is a step toward establishing equity and disrupting generational poverty for Black women and their families.
That’s amazing and very-much needed.
”Huncho Day” remains close to Quavo’s heart. He played quarterback in high school and has found a way to give back to youth in Atlanta with this unforgettable day of sports, education, music, and the arts.
In addition to giving back, the “Stir Fry” rapper hosted (and played in) his annual Celebrity Charity Game with TyreekHill, Mecole Hardman, Richie LeCounte, Offset, DK Metcalf, Alvin Kamara, Cam Newton, 2 Chainz, and many more.
The day also included a High School Youth Game (Huncho Team vs. Cam Newton’s Team) and two FCF Evening Games—Evening Game 1 (Shoulda Been Stars vs. Glacier Boyz) and Evening Game 2 (Knights of Degen vs. 8oki). The games streamed live with play-by-play commentary courtesy of Greg Mescall and Ryan Shazier.
No mention of his rumored boo Karrueche Tran.
Speaking of Mother's Day...
As Mother's Day approaches, we want to recognize some real-life YBF Moms!
Send us a direct message on Instagram or Facebook, or email us at email@example.com, with a photo of you and your mother (or just your mother) along with a short blurb explaining what your mother means to you!
We can’t wait to read and share the submissions to highlight some phenomenal women!
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