Raptor Serge Ibaka’s charity fights hunger in Toronto
Raptor Serge Ibaka’s charity fights hunger in Toronto Raptor Serge Ibaka’s charity fights hunger in TorontoArthur’S Ibaka thanks so much for joining us here today to partner the specific organization I want you to partner with them is because the way you work you know and do crew deserve for kids is very good and deserves very good. So I think that was important because the kids eating healthy food, intentalo food and I’m shift to it was very important for me. Tiffany talk a little bit about that come from and I left at 7. You know song at some point. My life, you know having food, it was like. It was like a big day for me because it was today was my everyday. I have food, you know so now, thank God. I have the opportunity and I will like to Reno to get back to Dollars. You know, I think, the most important thing I always try to see Smiles in kids face. You know it’s all over now and then we have an event, will now going to go share food now for the kids and spend time with them and to me is you know the most important than everything my mom told me that you know a Circus Vargas Coming down like your food, meaning of a day like today, where you’re out in the community in Toronto and you’re, seeing kids smile and you’re talking to them and you’re serving food, what are some of the feelings that you have Beaufort causal order things to me when I think about power is about any people live in Tennessee for moods, kids, you like them tonight, so to me, it’s a blessing to have this power. You knows about food insecurity from a really personal place, so it means that he kind of gets what we’re doing here in Regent Park, and it means that it makes it a little bit more meaningful for us. Alicia Toronto Raptors player Serge Ibaka made a special appearance at Regent Park Community Food Centre’s Taste of Regent Park. This year his charity partnered with the centre in an effort to alleviate hunger in the Toronto neighbourhood.
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