Michael Jordan gives back to those effected by Hurricane Florence.
Weeks after giving away millions to Friends of the Children non-profit foundation, Michael Jordan is giving back to those less fortunate. The GOAT decided to give back to his home town this Thanksgiving and give away free meals in front of a Lowe’s department store in Wilmington, North Carolina where he was personally greeting and helping out the people effected by Hurricane Florence.
“We know he’s a celebrity we know he has a status but to come down here and be with regular people is refreshing,” said attendee Winter Butcher, who was able to get a free turkey and handshake from the NBA legend.
In addition to that, Jordan later reportedly visited the Boys & Girls Club where he also handed out sneakers to kids and hooked them up with food.
This isn’t the first time the Bulls legend has come to his people’s relief though. Back in September, the basketball legend made a $2 million donation to hurricane victims. He donated $1 million each to the Red Cross and the Foundation for the Carolinas Hurricane Florence Response Fund.
Check out some footage of his community work (below).