NewsOne Featured Video

Colin Kaepernick is keeping busy during the NFL offseason by donating custom-made suits to parolees looking for jobs, reports SB Nation.

From SB Nation:

On Sunday, Kaepernick was passing out suits in front of the New York State Parole office for people who have been released from prison and are looking for jobs. According to the 100suits Instagram account, the suits were custom made.

It continues what’s been a highly productive offseason for Kaepernick. In March, he helped get an airplane to fly food and water to Somalia. A GoFundMe page was raised to purchase water, food, and other supplies to send. The page surpassed its $2 million goal in just four days.

Kaepernick’s latest charitable effort is part of his “Know Your Rights Camp” campaign and will help parolees to be “better equipped to achieve gainful employment,” reports NBC New York.

SOURCE: SB NationNBC New York


WATCH: Charlamagne Tha God Calls Out Stephen A. Smith For Slamming Colin Kaepernick

Is Colin Kaepernick Being Punished By The NFL For His National Anthem Protest?

10 Powerful Photos Of Colin Kaepernick Looking Like Black Excellence
Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers
6 photos