LOS ANGELES, CA– This year for #GivingTuesday, Snoop Dogg is partnering with Cash App to raise money for special needs youngsters.
In recognition of the unofficial holiday for charitable giving, Snoop has actually gotten Cash App to help raise funds for his special needs football league, Snoop’s Special Stars. Snoop Dogg revealed the donation drive on Tuesday (December 3) by means of his Instagram page.
The #GivingTuesday promo is limited; Cash App will just match contributions up until completion of the day on Tuesday. Those who donate are being encouraged to get the word out on social media by uploading a screenshot of their transactions with the hashtag #IWannaThankMe, a nod to Snoop Dogg’s most recent album.
Snoop’s Special Stars is one-of-a-kind non-profit sports program based in the greater Los Angeles area. The league, which is a division of Snoop Dogg’s popular youth football league, was developed to give chances for special needs children ages five to 13 who have an interest in football or cheerleading. Cash App has actually pledged to match each dollar (up to $200,000) donated to “$SnoopsSpecialStars” with their app.
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