Game's Robin Hood Project Upgrades A Compton Family's Car
Game awards $5,000 to upgrade a family's car and explains why he thinks of his upbringing when he sees a mother of six work for her children.
Game recently announced a $5,000 donation to upgrade a vehicle for a mother of six who lives in Compton, California.
"Meet Gladys, her IG is @_geegee22 & she's a single mom that lives in Compton in a 1 bedroom apartment with 6 kids..... As hard as it is for her to raise her 6 children financially, she works, grinds & gets it done !!! Reminds me of the things & the sacrifices my mother made to get us everything me & my sisters & brothers had when we were younger..... We didn't have everything but she made sure we had what we needed & always went above & beyond to keep smiles on our faces ! Well, Gladys..... growing up in a similar situation makes me commend you & on behalf of @therobinhoodproject I've answered your daughters Direct Message & request to be chosen as the winner of the "Upgrade My Whip" contest...... & given $5,000 to Alex @LuxuryMotoring to take your family van & give it a full upgrade inside & out !!!!!!!!!!! Not only that, we're going to help you with a rental van until they're customizing your existing one..... I'm happy for you & your family & can't wait to see the finished product........ Have a beautiful weekend & congratulations again - The Game #TheRobinHoodProject #Charity #UpgradeMyWhip #Free #Giveaway," Game says in his Instagram post.
Game recently spoke about his work with his charitable organization.
"The Robin Hood Project is a charity set up by me to give back to the people," Game said. "See I figured once you have everything, as a celebrity, once you have money, once you have cars, once you have family, once you have fans, once you’ve been around the world, what else is there to do besides start giving back?
"So I created The Robin Hood Project solely for positivity, giving back and helping people in need, people that are struggling, people that come into hardships in their life," Game continued. "That's all me."