LA Clippers point guard, Chris Paul, brought his five-year-old son along to Toys R’ Us where his CP3 foundation hosted the 100 Children for a Shopping Spree, Tuesday December 16th. Co-host Kevin Hart also had his little ones with him.
In the spirit of the holidays, CP3 gave 100 children gift cards worth $100 to spend on toys of their choice.
The CP3 Foundation was founded in 2005 by Chris Paul and his family in honor of his late grandfather. The foundation has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, to provide scholarships to Wake Forest University (where Chris became the star athlete he is known to be today). Other initiatives of the charity include Haiti relief, literacy, and partnerships with Feed The Children, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Boys & Girls Club and Habitat for Humanity.
Chris and his college sweetheart wife have two children, Christopher II (5), and Camryn (2). Funny man Kevin Hart has two children, Heaven and Hendrix.
The holiday shopping spree event undoubtedly made it a holly jolly christmas for many underprivileged kids of the Torrence, CA area.
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