Even though Kevin Durant has moved on to the Golden State, he is still giving back to Oklahoma City!
This week, the NBA player donated $57,000 to Positive Tomorrows, a private school in OKC for homeless children that KD has helped a lot in the past. In fact, he’s personally delivered shoes for the kids at Christmas, bought everything on the school’s Amazon wish list, and even helped to fund a summer break camp program. So even though he’s with the Warriors now, and not the OKC Thunder, the city and its youth obviously still holds a special place in his heart.
— Positive Tomorrows (@ptokc) December 13, 2016
“Kevin continues to be a great friend to Positive Tomorrows, and he has been instrumental in helping our school grow over the last several years,” said Susan Agel, President and Principal at Positive Tomorrows. “Still, we consistently turn away students due to a lack of space, and his generous contribution this year along with several anonymous donors will enable us to embark on our upcoming capital campaign debt-free. We are so grateful.”
This was a much needed contribution, and it’s awesome of Kevin to do that. OKC is really where KD built his basketball career and became the big name that he is, so it makes sense that he would still want to show love to the city, especially the kids!