Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry not only carries a huge load for his team every night but he also maximizes his stature as an NBA player to make a valuable impact on the society. About a year ago, Curry and his wife, Ayesha, established their foundation named ‘Eat. Learn. Play.’ in an effort to extend a helping hand to the needy, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2021, the charity was able to feed around 16 million children and families based in Oakland which remains at risk of food insecurity. The two-time MVP reacted to the huge steps that his foundation has taken over the past year but also claimed that more work should be done in order to mitigate the problem.
Via Ann Killion of San Francisco Chronicle:
“It’s pretty crazy,” Stephen Curry said recently. “We’ve been able to mobilize quickly. We didn’t expect to have such an impact — we only launched a year and a half ago. But so many kids were hanging in the dark. It was alarming.”