Patrick Carroll, Ben Kickz Team Up for Miami Sneaker Giveaway

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It’s time to kick off the school year. Millionaire M. Patrick CarrollIs it time to team up with influential people? Ben KickzWe are giving away 600 pairs of highly-sought-after sneakers to children in Miami who are in dire need.

The real estate mogul commissioned the “Sneaker Don” to fill a Brinks security truck with shoes that he will personally hand out to members of the Boys and Girls Club of Miami on Wednesday, August 31. “Organized sports was one of the most important things in my life growing up … it taught me to be competitive, tough, and to work hard. When I heard the kids at the Boys and Girls Club couldn’t afford shoes to play sports, I had to [do] something about it,” Carroll wrote via Instagram on Thursday, August 25, while announcing the event, which will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET.

He teased plans to bring his new charitable venture on the road, which he said will benefit children living in urban areas. “After this first stop in Miami, I’ve decided to do the same thing in multiple cities throughout the US,” Carroll wrote. “Which city should we go to after Miami? Thinking NYC …”

The entrepreneur previously spoke out about his involvement with the Boys and Girls Club. Ocean Drive in June 2022 that providing the kids of Miami-Dads who can’t afford uniforms with clothes and shoes “felt like the right thing to do at the right time.”

Carroll stated that the organization was only one of many causes he is passionate about. “We consistently work with The Boys and Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity and multiple other charities we have been long-term supporters of,” he told the outlet. “I continuously work with my high school in Tampa, donating and supporting the next generation in whatever way I can.”

He continued: “I’m also a big supporter of CARE, a parent and community-based organization dedicated to providing support to the parents and families of children with special needs, providing these families [with] support, guidance and resources they need.”

In recent months, the entrepreneur has been in the news for his extravagant philanthropy. Carroll took to the stage at a star-studded gala held in New York City in June and pledged to donate $1 million to C.A.R.E. For Special Children if other guests would pool their donations and match his donation. Page Six. As the night progressed, Carroll raised his pledge to $1.5million. Leonardo DiCaprioHe will donate the final $50,000 to help him reach his goal.

Earlier this month, he paid $2 million for a vintage car and “Top Gun Experience” at the LuisaViaRoma x Unicef gala in Capri, Italy, outbidding stars like Vanessa Hudgens, Leni Klum, Jared LetoAll of them were present, including DiCaprio and Leonardo DiCaprio. The glamorous event featured a performance by Jennifer Lopez, raised more than 8 million euros for Ukranian relief efforts in Syria and Ukraine.