Comfort Drop & Basketball Clinic At Union Rescue Mission Family Shelter, LA

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Affair: Comfort Drop & Basketball Clinic At Union Rescue Mission Family Shelter

When: Sunday, March 19, 2017 @ 1-2PM

Hot Spot: Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, CA

Deets: Thirty children ages 6-12 years old who live in the Union Rescue Mission Shelter; Nicole Russell co-founder of Precious Dreams Foundation and Glamour Magazine’s “Everyday Hero of the Year”; Jack McClinton, former NBA Player, and owner of Active Dreamers; Johnny “Dribble2Much” Stephene, Handlelife founder and Demar Derozan, Kevin Durant, and Seth Curry’s trainer

Who You May Spot: Special invited guests include NBA Players from the LA Lakers and Hip-Hop Artist The Game.
- Precious Dreams collaborated with Jack McClinton, former NBA Player and owner of Active Dreamers™, a NBA licensed bedding company designed to inspire individuals to Dream Bigger™ with images of Kobe Bryant on blankets and pillowcases with NBA star Stephen Curry as a partner.
- Johnny “Dribble2Much” Stephene from Handlelife who’s known to guide and motivate athletes will host a basketball dribble clinic inside the shelter on Rescue Mission’s basketball court. He is Handlelife's founderand trains Demar Derozan, Kevin Durant, and Seth Curry.
- Nicole Russell co-founder of Precious Dreams Foundation and Glamour Magazine’s “Everyday Hero of the Year" will be on-site making this their third recent donation to Union Rescue Mission.

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