SENSES Lifestyle Magazine is proud to support the She Cares Foundation and Founder Yolanda Anderson as they prepare to host the 2012 3rd Annual She Cares Celebrity Basketball Game on August 25th, 2012 at the Edward E. Roybal Learning Center home of the Titans and the Los Angeles Lakers summer camp in Los Angeles, CA. This philanthropic event has been established by the She Cares Foundation to further its mission to honor and raise awareness about the impact, importance, and power of single mothers in the entertainment industry, our communities and in our lives.
This year will feature guest appearances from a myriad of celebrities, entertainment figures, and professional athletes including: Rob Kardashian (Keeping Up With The Kardashians), Vanessa Simmons (Dysfunctional Friends), Faizon Love (Couple’s Retreat), Kym Whitley (Friday After Next), Michael B. Jordan (Red Tails), Ricky Anderson (Music Executive), Kareem Rush (NBA Player), Brandon Rush (Golden State Warriors), Romeo Miller (Music Artist), Teyana Taylor (Madea’s Big Happy Family), Audio Push (Music Group), Lil Mama (America’s Best Dance Crew), and the list does not stop there!
This event is said to be arguably one of the most anticipated basketball events of 2012! Due to previous successful season’s of production this unmatched fan-favorite has brought the foundation much recognition and support toward its cause. This year’s theme focuses on encouraging everyone to understand one simple phrase, “the champion starts within”. The 2012 experience is supported by the Magic Johnson Foundation. The highly pressed red carpet will proceed starting at 3:00 p.m and the Celebrity Basketball Game will commence at 6:00 p.m. Many great pro athletes and celebrities will take center court to play, coach, host, perform, and MC for this great cause. Both athletes and entertainers will bravely rise to the challenge to see who will become She Cares 2012 Celebrity Basketball Champions.
SENSES Lifestyle Magazine is especially proud to support the She Cares Foundation and all of the strides it has made to ensure that our strong and independent single mothers have opportunities and clear pathways to be successful and self-sufficient despite their everyday struggles. All of the proceeds for the celebrity basketball game will benefit the 2012 (Can We Give” Drive. The drive has allowed the organization to help civilian single mothers and military single mothers from all over and give them a holiday season they can be most proud of.