Dwight Howard teamed up with the with former First Lady Barbara Bush and the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation to film two PSA’s at the Toyota Center. Howard helped the 90-year-old Bush around the court and even cuddled up for some sweet promotional photos – both wearing matching Rockets jerseys, of course.
The joint PSA will encourage viewers to volunteer at a school, library or nonprofit through Connect4Literacy.org, a website created by the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, according to the organization’s Facebook.
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All-Star Center Dwight Howard hosted his ProCamp presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors this past weekend. Throughout the camp Dwight offered tips and instruction, highlighting the finer points of basketball. Campers experienced various stations specializing in fundamental basketball skills and participated in basketball games. Campers were placed in small groups according to age to ensure that each child gets maximum instruction.
Dwight hosted youth and local police officers to a family fun night at Sugar Land Skeeters baseball game
On Wednesday August 5, 2015 D12 Foundation/Breathe Again partnered with Kashi Atlanta to pass out lunch bags, bottled water and toiletries for anyone in need.
We had a great time again today seeing #insideout lot of my friends from the boys and girls club of Los Angeles came by! Thanks @fandango for supporting the @d12foundation
My friends and I all had a great time today seeing #InsideOut Thank you to Fandango Family for the support of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the D12 Foundation. Boys & Girls Clubs of America – Website / Twitter / Facebook
I also want to thank Sprinkles Houston and Relativity Sports It was so much fun!
Check out this video from: CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow. NBA Star Dwight Howard talks about attending the Charleston Shooting Vigil and BreatheAgain.