Hoops4Food Celebrity Basketball Game and Food Drive
Wednesday, December 15, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
Participating Celebs: Rappers OJ Da Juiceman, V.I.C., Shawty Lo, Gloss Da Boss, Jody Breeze, Lil Hot, Dem White Boyz, Shawty Boy; actress Brandi Washington; Singers Dondria, Sammie, RL (Next), 3D (R&B trio), Verse Simmonds and Daron Jones (112); producer Zaytoven, Konvict Musik executive G Young, HAH Enterprises CEO, Johnnie Cabbell, ATL City Councilman Kwanza Hall, WNBA player Chamique Holdsclaw and the Hot 107.9 Hot Shots.
Actors, rappers, professional athletes and tastemakers will be lending their time this holiday season to help Atlanta's low-income families. The Pamela Mitchell Jones Foundation (PMJF) and Divva Biz in conjunction with Blessings in the Sky Foundation (BITS) his hosting the 2nd Annual Hoops4Food Celebrity Basketball Game and Food Drive-thru starting the first Wednesday in November and culminating with the celebrity basketball game on Wednesday, December 15. Funds raised from this event will benefit the PMJF and BITS.
Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Where: Adamsville Recreational Center, 3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Atlanta, Ga 30311
TICKETS ARE $5 IN ADVANCE & $10 @THE DOOR
Advance tickets are availabe in person at Licquid, 294 Walker Street, Atl. Call Licquid at 404.343.6449 -- online at www.hoops4food.eventbrite.com -- call 347-471-1247 for general information.
When & Where
Pamela Mitchell Jones Foundation and Blessings in the Sky Foundation
The PMJF is dedicated to providing families and individuals who suffer from neurodegenerative diseases (multiple sclerosis, Parkinson, etc…) with resources and opportunities via food, financial assistance and other social services for a better quality of life. (www.pmjf.org)
To restore core Family values through the development of Family activities that promote trust, bonding, and unity; to empower the youth through motivation, education, and mentorship; and to uplift the homeless and hungry by providing essential resources that no person should be forced to live without. (www.thebitsonline.org)