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Youth Ambassador Program

Meet our Youth Ambassadors

Jalen Rose
Jalen Rose
"Although I've never experienced a hurricane, I feel blessed to be in a position where I can help the survivors, especially the kids, who were devastated by this tragedy."

NBA Star Jalen Rose has made a personal donation of $25,000 to CWLA to help children devastated by Hurricane Katrina. His generous donation to CWLA's Katrina Kids Fund (link to https://www.cwla.org/sec/donate/donateKATRINA.htm) will support certified CWLA member agencies (link to http://www.cwla.org/katrina/memberupdates.htm) in their efforts to respond to these vulnerable children's most urgent needs.

Over the past few years, Rose has granted out almost three quarters of a million dollars to a variety of important causes. He was recently named by Black Enterprise Magazine as one of the community's top philanthropists--the only athlete on the list.


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