Every year Big Boi shows appreciation to his Big Kidz Foundation board members by hosting an annual holiday party and Fundraiser. This year was no different, Atlanta City Council District 2 Kwanza Hall, actor/comic Rodney Perry,
socialite Stacii Jae Johnson, actor Jason Weaver, Chef Jason Ellis (Hells Kitchen) and a hosts of friends showed to support. In between reuniting with Andre 3000 and Outkast giving us the concert of a lifetime this summer Big Boi has spent ample time this summer with foundation Director Jennifer Lester to focus on several campaigns by partnering with Walmart for a huge coat drive and Saving the Children through the Arts. The Big Kidz Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing socially conscious youth.
“It is my hope that the children in these underserved communities officially become part of this national conversation that we have been left out of for years”. “The efforts within this program will not only stress education, but will stress exposure to culture,” Big Boi
When you have grown your brand like Big Boi has done over the years this shows you have a remarkable team behind you. In appreciation for the team every winter Big Boi throws a spectacular appreciation Holiday party and fundraiser for his Big Boi Kidz Foundation Board members. The event includes a silent auction to raise more funds for the foundation.
There’s even a special room for the press to ask Big Boi anything you like and he will answer. Imagine that! Board Director Jennifer Lester would like to extend a special thanks to the Microsoft Store, Walmart, The Marriott Marquis Hotel, Uptown Magazine, Kwanza Hall, Staci Jae Johnson, Ray Mills, Londral Hall, Jason Weaver, Rodney Perry, Jessica Manning, Porsche Watch, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Miss Jessie’s, Exclusive Vodka, the Atlanta Hawks, Tiffany and Co, Hilton Garden Inn, Uber, Tell All Inc., Jamie Foster Brown, the BBK board members and donation supporters for your participation.
Dre Powe (Rap Artist) and Debra Ivory (JPR Brand/Consultant)
Big Boi Stays Fly
Ray Mills and Londral Hall #Run4Justice
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