With season over, Colin Kaepernick gets busy with charity work
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't wait long once the season ended to get deep into his charity work. Earlier in the week, Kaepernick donated shirts, hats,
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't wait long once the season ended to get deep into his charity work.
Earlier in the week, Kaepernick donated shirts, hats, shoes, and books to men's shelters and orphanages (as posted by yourrightscamp on Instagram):
No better way to start off the New Year than by giving back! Huge shout out to @kaepernick7 for spending the first day of his off season personally packing and donating his shoes, clothes and hats to those in need! Keep inspiring the world to be a better place!!! We Love You, Kap!!! ???? ??cred: @magicmattmix
Kaepernick also announced Friday he had reached the $300,000 mark in his pledge to donate $1 million of his 2016 salary to charity.
"Starting off the New Year strong!" Kaepernick posted on Instagram. "The third month of my Million Dollar Pledge is complete! $300k donated so far, $700k more to go toward the million to help people in oppressed communities! This month my donations went to UCSF for The Mni Wiconi Health Clinic Partnership at Standing Rock, Appetite For Change in Minneapolis, MN and Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation (SOUL) - Chicago, IL."
More details of how Kaepernick's donations are being used have been posted at Kaepernick7.com.
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