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Stephen Curry Gives Back To His Community While Dressed As Santa Claus: "Seeing The Smiles On Everyone’s Faces Has Created Memories Of A Lifetime For Me."

Stephen Curry

Christmas is the season of sharing, and Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry is engaged in another family tradition. It is the ninth annual Christmas with the Currys, and the family celebrated the occasion in grand style.

For the Currys, who runs the foundation Eat. Learn. Play, it was another time to spread the love, and they did so for 12 days in the Oakland Community. The holiday started on December 13 and went on till December 24.

The foundation shared gifts, as well as allocated funds for different programs, up to the tune of $5 million. Steph has been very effective in raising awareness for various social issues, with a focus on raising money for food insecurity in Oakland.

Steph was spotted in a Santa Claus costume as the foundation celebrated kids, families, and community heroes. After the 12 days of Christmas, Steph thanked everyone involved in the process.

Via Essentially Sports:

“Thank you to all of our incredible donors, supporters, brand, and community partners for their unwavering support year after year as we bring a little holiday cheer to the Oakland community."

“Seeing the smiles on everyone’s faces has created memories of a lifetime for me. We’re so blessed to be able to give back to the community that has given and supported us so much.”

The Eat. Learn. Play foundation is focused on kids, aiming to nourish, educate, and engage the kids in productive physical activities.

It is beautiful to see that Steph is so involved with the community that has shown him love throughout his stay with the franchise. He has played with the Warriors since he joined the NBA.

Combining his community work and putting together MVP-caliber performances night-in-night-out. He is averaging 27.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 5.9 assists in 31 games played this season.