Colin Kaepernick Donates Suits to New York Parole Office

We’ve got news on DMX going into rehab, but first, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who currently is a free agent (without a team), continues to deliver on his promise to help folks that are in need. 

Kaepernick stopped by a New York parole office over the weekend and donated two large boxes of custom-made suits. He made the donation to 100 Suits, an organization that gives free business attire to individuals looking for employment. The company also offers a free tailor service so that men and women who find clothes can have them altered if necessary.

Kaepernick has spent his offseason donating his time, raising money and utilizing the services of various causes that aid certain communities. He helped charter a plane of supplies to refugees in Somalia, and also donated $50,000 to Meals on Wheels, among other numerous acts of kindness.

Colin’s passion and commitment to helping those oppressed and people of color has resulted in him being blacklisted by the NFL.

Source: EURWeb