Micheal Jordan definitely showed his holiday spirit in Wilmington, Nc (his home state) today by handing out Thanksgiving meals to Hurricane Florence victims.
ESPN reported today that Jordan headed to NC to save the holiday for some Wilmington families that were effected by Hurricane Florence. He met up with the hurricane victims at a local home improvement store and then stopped by the Boys and Girls Club to hand out sneakers to the children. He has also donated $1 million to the Red Cross and the Foundation for the Carolinas Hurricane Florence Response Fund.
Good looks, Jordan!
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☝️????????#michealjordan Source TMZ: They don't call him the G.O.A.T. for nothin' ... Michael Jordan is delivering a huge assist to Hurricane Florence victims ... handing out Thanksgiving meals to those affected by the storm on Tuesday. TMZ Sports has learned ... His Airness was dishin' out the meals in front of a Lowe's in Wilmington, North Carolina ... personally greeting and helping out the people in attendance. It's a tragedy that hit close to home for M.J. ... he grew up in Wilmington and went to college at the University of North Carolina. ICYMI -- Jordan already donated $2 MILLION to hurricane relief and boxed meals with his Charlotte Hornets back in September. Jordan also raised more money by selling Hornets merch with proceeds going to hurricane relief. Like we said ... G.O.A.T.