The Game Offers "Hands For Hope," Gives Clothes To Foster Children

ImageThe Game and Ed Hardy clothing founder Christian Audigier recently announced that they have created original limited edition Black Wall Street/Ed Hardy-inspired shirts to benefit Hands for Hope, a Los Angeles-based charity organization.

Hands for Hope is based on the belief that enriching and rewarding experiences will challenge underprivileged students to make choices that will positively impact their careers and lives.

The custom shirts, which will never be sold in stores, are valued collectively at over $80,000 and will be given as gifts to foster children throughout Los Angeles and its surrounding communities.

The custom shirts will be split between Hands for Hope and foster children in the Compton area in conjunction with Compton and Wateridge regional offices which is part of the D.C.F.S. (Department of Children and Family Services).

A small portion of the shirts will also be auctioned off for charity on The Game's official website.

The Game is currently on a European tour promoting his latest album, Doctor's Advocate. His trek kicked off in Manchester, UK on December 4 and will wrap up in Berlin, Germany on December 22.

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