LeBron James' Foundation Will Launch 'House Three Thirty' For Job Training And Financial Literacy
It's been revealed that LeBron James is giving back to the community with the latest move. The Shade Room has more details about all this.
His foundation is ‘ Lebron James Family Foundation’ (LJFF) and through this, he revitalized Akron in several ways.
TSR notes that back in 2018 he opened, ‘I Promise School,’ and at the moment, they have more than 450 students who are enrolled in grades 3rd through 6th.
'Attendees of the school and their families can receive access to various services outside the classroom, including medical care and mental health support,' TSR notes.
TSR continued and said that 'high school students who graduate will receive free tuition from attending the University of Akron or Kent State University. Today LeBron announced that LJFF is opening a 60,000-square-foot venue called ‘House Three Thirty.’'
TSR cites info from Time and notes that this will offer various services and opportunities, such as financial-literacy advice, job training, and recreational activities for area youth.
We suggest that you check out the complete notes in TSR's caption above.
Someone said: 'I don't like him that much as a player, but dude doing big things for his community! True definition of young black excellence! A true king 🤴🏾.'
A follower said: 'This is what happens when you control your own narrative 👏🏾👏🏾 love to see it!' and someone else posted this: 'Big ups to LeBron always giving back to the community ❤️'
A commenter posted this: 'I would greatly like to be apart of this initiative 🙏🏽' and someone else said: 'We love to see our people do positive things and this right here is worth celebrating kudos🐐'
A follower said: 'I hate LJ on the court cause he’s a flopping whiney lil bxtch, but off the court, he’s a helluva guy.'
Not too long ago, LeBron James is showing love to his mom on social media.
He shared a bunch of new pics featuring his mom, and he also posted an emotional message. Check out his post.