Ludacris Gives Away 20 Cars
Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges, The Ludacris Foundation and Nissan South partnered up and gave away 20 used vehicles to several deserving Metro Atlanta area residents during his “LudaDay” weekend.
Ludacris transformed the holiday weekend into LudaDay to celebrate with friends and ardent fans, while also creating an opportunity to give back to the community.
“My foundation’s LudaCares Initiative is dedicated to supporting youth and families in need”, said Luda.
“Our major focus is youth and supporting the family structure stated Roberta Shields, President of The Ludacris Foundation. The Foundation helps people year around through our LudaCares Program. This year we want to do something to help youth and families manage during these tough economic times. Having a vehicle to get back and forth to work and daycare can make the difference in getting and keeping a job, she stated.”
The Ludacris Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization created to help young people achieve their dreams through the encouragement of “Principles of Success.”
“We aim to show young people in America that they are the builders of their future. We primarily use music and the arts to connect with young people by listening to their views, issues, and challenges. Our efforts reach youth at all age levels“.
Founded in 2001 by multi-platinum selling, GRAMMY® award winning artist and actor, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, TLF has achieved notable success. TLF has been named as one of the top twenty “Leading Philanthropy Foundations” by Black Enterprise magazine and featured in The Robb Report’s Worth magazine and The Chronicles on Philanthropy, The Newspaper of the Non-Profit World, for outstanding efforts provided to urban communities.
For more information, visit www.theludacrisfoundation.org.