Philanthropy Rumors

The Currys, who joined volunteers in helping put final touches on the playground, were accompanied by their daughters, Riley and Ryan. Son Canon, not quite 3, is a little too adventurous and energetic for the outing. “He’d be in that concrete, licking the concrete,” Ayesha said, pointing to where a play structure post was being cemented into place. But Riley and Ryan — almost 9 and 6, respectively — happily helped paint a mural and raced their parents across the play structures. “To start immersing them in this and understanding the sense of community and the importance of paying it forward, is really important for us as parents,” Ayesha said.
Students at an Oakland elementary school will be playing on a new playground when they return to school thanks to NBA star Steph Curry and his wife, Ayesha. The Curry family along with their foundation, Eat. Learn. Play., the Oakland Unified School District, The CarMax Foundation and KABOOM! teamed up to remodel Franklin Elementary School’s outdoor school yard on Saturday. The initiative was originally announced last year.
Jordan Clarkson saw the hateful racial slur spray-painted all over a well-known Filipino food truck in Utah on social media and was overcome with raw emotion. “F— C—-s” and an offensive image of a face with slanted eyes was sprayed on the side of the World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck last weekend, and it didn’t take long for the images to reach Clarkson’s phone.