Philadelphians may not have to hunt for their dream Christmas presents this year, as rap star Meek Mill has revealed plans to donate $500,000 in holiday gifts to families in his hometown. . The toy drive, which was announced on Monday, Dec. 13 and is set to take place on Sunday, Dec. 19, will be hosted by Meek and Roc Nation, along with Philadelphia 76ers partner Michael Rubin and New England Patriots owner Robert. Kraft.
Some of the many goodies that will be part of the giveaway include MacBook Air laptops, Amazon Fire HD tablets, bicycles and helmets, video game gift cards, board games, winter coats, dolls , games sets, playing cards and gift cards.
The official announcement, which came via a press release, comes after Meek hinted at his charitable gesture last week on Instagram, writing, “We’re doing BIGGER than ever this year for the city’s youth! Special thanks to Robert Kraft, @michaelrubin and @rocnation More details to come soon.
In addition to the huge holiday gift, the dear pain The rapper also pledged to donate $30,000 to the Philadelphia chapter of Twelve Days of Christmas, a volunteer organization focused on helping families in need during the holiday season. Over the years, the rapper, who recently announced that the fifth and final installment of his dream hunters The series of mixtapes will be released as NFTs, has shown a willingness to pay for it, from throwing back-to-school freebies, to donating a Rolls-Royce Phantom to help with coronavirus relief.