Jack Harlow is doing big things in the music industry, but one of the greatest things he’s done lately is giving back to a Special Olympics softball team in his hometown.
The Louisville native kindly purchased a new set of gear for the Louisville Royal Special Olympics softball squad. The team includes boys and girls from ages 10-years-old to 23-years-old with special needs.
The rapper, not only donated the essentials for softball, like gloves, uniforms, and catcher's equipment, but also some merch from his Jack Harlow collection. In previous years, the team has depended on second-hand markets, donations from other teams and fundraising for their uniforms and expenses.
"It was the exact equipment that we were putting off for a year," Cathy Derringer, team’s coordinator, told WHAS11. "We didn't spend money on it this year because we wanted to wait… it was amazing. We needed it and it found its way to us."