David Adefeso made fans excited with some new posts that he shared on his social media account. Check out these posts below.
‘Had an amazing time at another extraordinary Sootchy college fund activation event (watch till the end to see my soaked cameo).
This time in Chester City PA with @nba star and Chester native, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson of @Chap, and Dr. David Clark of @ChesterCommunityCharterSchool. As usual, there were plenty of food, fun, and games. And of course a seeded college fund for every child. Thanks to Chester Mayor Kirkland for all his support in making this happen.
We are going to take beautiful Chester City from the bottom of the pack to become one of the most prosperous cities in America by closing the generational wealth gap that’s holding this extraordinary city back,’ David captioned his post.
Someone else said: ‘It’s so amazing all you are doing to get our kids an education. Thank you,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘you are really great!’
David also shared the following post: ‘Of all the advice one receives, I would put this in the Top 5 most valuable tips for building sustainable wealth. Click the link in my bio for the full episode and other wealth building tips! #financetips #wealthbuilding #habits #savingmoney #moneytalks.’
David Adefeso shared a post on his social media account that has fans in awe. Check out the pic that he shared that has some of his lady fans drooling.
‘This pandemic dad bod is a b*.#ch. One way another I’m going back down to my normal waist 30, even if it takes me all of 2022. #pandemic #workout #weightloss #excercise,’ he captioned his post.
David Adefeso has been supporting young people for a while now. Check out his latest move below.
‘Another successful college activation event with food, games, and a free, seeded college fund for every child; this time at Pine Bluff Arkansas. Our goal is to get 3 million Black kids to college so we can open up their minds to the unending opportunities America offers. Because…’
He continued and said: ‘”The fortunes of our children should be based on the extent of their dreams, and those dreams must be based on the size of their imagination; not the zip code into which they were unfortunate enough to be born into.” David Adefeso noted.
He also shared another post before this and you can see what he said below:
‘Another terrific college fund activation event; this time at @stephenslrsd in Little Rock Arkansas. It was heartwarming to see the school band perform for hundreds of parents and community members who were in attendance to support the amazing children of Stephens Elementary. The mission is to get all 3 million Black children living in poverty today a college fund and help break our generational cycle of poverty.’
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