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Raise #5 to the rafters for George Floyd by Max's All Stars

Organized by Max Margulis
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Hanes Tagless T-shirt

Please purchase a t-shirt so we can honor the memory of George Floyd and countless other victims of racial injustice. All proceeds will go to dozens of community racial justice organizations and bail funds across the country.

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All funds raised will go to Max Margulis, the organizer for dozens of community racial justice organizations and bail funds across the country in honor of George Floyd and countless other victims of racial injustice..
$170 raised
36 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
$20
Hanes Tagless T-shirt, Unisex - Black
Hanes Tagless T-shirt
Unisex - Black
Organized by Max Margulis

About this campaign

Raising a banner to the rafters, to commemorate a championship or an individual player by retiring their jersey number, is one of the highest honors in sports. George Floyd was a basketball player, just like so many of us. In this article by Jerry Bembry, George Floyd's athletic career is detailed. Eddy Barlow is quoted saying “In basketball, he was a Dennis Rodman type, a blue-collar player." Barlow added "George was idolized by young boys living in the projects because he was the first guy that many of us witnessed get an athletic scholarship where we grew up. He was one of my role models. He was one of us. That’s why his death is so hard to take." The article goes on to mention how "Floyd accepted a basketball scholarship at South Florida Community College (now South Florida State College) to play for George Walker, who was in need of a power forward." "He was very athletic and had some ball skills big guys don’t have, so I offered him a scholarship," Walker said. "Those were the attributes I was looking for in a post guy." Floyd broke his foot early in his freshman year, but he came back and had a strong sophomore season. While the school didn’t track stats back then, Walker recalls Floyd averaging 14 points and eight rebounds that season. "Just a solid player for us," Walker said. "I could not have asked for more."

In honor of George Floyd and countless other victims of racial injustice, we are raising George's #5 South Florida jersey to the rafters with the message "Never Forget". We will never forget George Floyd and all victims of racial injustice.

All proceeds from this fundraiser will be donated to https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bailfundsgeorge_floyd. This donation will be split among dozens of community racial justice organizations and bail funds across the country. Max's All Stars will match our final total raised.

Please purchase a t-shirt, make a donation and spread the word. Thank you!

Max's All Stars is a New York City based basketball program that competes in various leagues/tournaments all year round and supports important social causes. Please visit our website to learn more.

Supporters

Daniel Jacas 1 item
The AREFS 1 item
Corey Orgias Kevin Johnson 1 item
Spencer Smith 1 item
Marvin Billups Jr 1 item
Jason Lewis 2 items
John Simmons 2 items
Kevin Johnson 1 item
Beatrice Scott 1 item
Patrick James 2 items

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