- A benevolent NFL star identified as Warrick Dunn has been giving away homes to single parents
-Warrick Dunn gives away homes to stuggling single parents in honor of his mother who was shot dead
- Some families have benefited from his philanthropic gestures
A good-hearted former NFL star, Warrick Dunn, has given away his 145th home to a struggling single parent in honour of his mother, Betty Smothers, who never had an opportunity to achieve her dream of owning a home.
The former NFL superstar is touching lives through his philanthropic activities and families continue to benefit from Warrick's benevolent activities which target single parents.
According to imagesyouwontseeontv.com, Warrick’s mother, a police officer, was shot and killed during a robbery attempt.
Warrick gives away homes to parents like his mother as part of his philanthropic gestures and also in honour of his dead mother.
His programmes usually target single parents especially mothers with no homes, who are struggling to provide for their children.
While a Tampa Bay woman, Xeniya McBroom, benefited from Warrick’s gift on September 30, 2015, news about the story emerged in 2019.
She is the single mom of a little girl who won the favor of Warrick Dunn Charities. Obviously, she is very appreciative of the opportunity to provide for her little girl.
Also, through Warrick's programme, a family was gifted a house in 2018.
Meanwhile, with help from Black Stars and Newcastle midfielder, Christian Atsu, the desire of 17-year-old Abdul Hamid Ibrahim, to further his education to the tertiary level would materialise.
Despite chalking 7As in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate (WASSCE), Ibrahim’s parents cannot afford to pay his university admission fee.
His mother, Hajaratu Osman, has invested her savings with one of Ghana’s collapsing banks and cannot afford to foot the bill.
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