Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha Curry took part in helping a restaurant in Oakland to prepare meals for local residents. The couple went as a part of their foundation, Eat, learn and play, helping local restaurants.
The foundation posted photos via Twitter that showed Stephen and Ayesha working with restaurant staff. They announced that they have been working with over 88 restaurants in Oakland to provide food.
.@StephenCurry30 & @AyeshaCurry visited @_Kingston11 recently to help prepare meals for local residents. 88 Oakland restaurants are working with @EatLearnPlay & @WCKitchen, 40 of which are Black-owned. Thankful to support our own in Oakland, especially the Black community. pic.twitter.com/4fPEEwBiCs
— Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation (@eatlearnplay) June 7, 2020
Stephen Curry and his wife started the Eat, Learn, and Play foundation last year with aim to help improve the lives of kids and families in Oakland. As per the official website, It “seeks to unleash the potential of every child and pave the way for amazing kids and bright futures.”
Stephen Curry was a part of a protest against racial discrimination
It is the second time in the last few days that Curry has been spotted putting his efforts towards a better society. He marched along with a few others from the Warriors organizations as a part of the Walking in Unity protest.
Warriors’ Juan Toscano-Anderson organized the rally that saw a few of his teammates take part.
“No matter the color of your skin, where you’re from, how much money you got … it doesn’t matter. We’re all human beings,” Toscano-Anderson said in a video that the Warriors released. “We’re all here for the same purpose. Not just for black people. Right now, it’s about black people. But for humanity, there are people all over the world being oppressed. We’re just trying to take a step in the right direction and start something.”
“This is our city, man,” he said in a video that showed him participating in the protest. “We got to come out here and support.”
“This is for unity”
“I want my kid to grow up here in Milwaukee and not be scared to walk in the street”
“I want the city of Milwaukee to know I’m here” pic.twitter.com/ZNYpT7b7nZ
— Tony Clements (@TonyClementsTC) June 6, 2020