LOOK: Colin Kaepernick donates custom suits outside a New York parole office

The first wave of NFL free agency has come and gone, as has the NFL Draft, and former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still out of a job. That didn't stop him from doing some work Monday, though. 

Kaepernick traveled to New York and, along with Hot 97 host Nessa, donated 100 custom suits to 100 Suits, "a community-centered organization that is making positive changes in the lives of men and women in the New York City area by providing solutions to help those individuals get to a place of economic freedom and by helping to reduce recidivism rates," per the organization's website

Here they are outside a parole office in Queens with Kevin Livingston, the chairman, CEO and president of 100 Suits. 

Community first !! 100suits & Colin Kaepernick @ Queens parole

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In the absence of a job offer, Kaepernick has been busy with humanitarian causes this offseason. He pledged last season to donate $1 million to help communities in need. In January, he donated his sneaker collection to the homeless in San Francisco. In mid-March, he raised the funds to fly a plane of food and water to Somalia, then made a $50,000 donation to Meals on Wheels. Now, he's onto suits. 

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