“Anything that I can do, I want to do it.”
Such was the tone of the Maybach Music aficionado after a visit to Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity (SCHFH) in Fayetteville, GA this past weekend. Ross popped in for a surprise visit wanting to get involved in the county in which he resides. SCHFH works to provide opportunities for low-income families. Homeowner education and financial literacy are just a few of the tools that SCHFH equips their families with.
Ross, also being involved with charitable organizations in Miami, Memphis, and New Orleans, has now expanded his work to South Atlanta. 40 unknowing volunteers were joined by the Teflon Don as he grabbed a paint brush and got his hands dirty with volunteers. The home he worked on was for a Fayetteville resident and U.S Veteran. Rozay even took some time to snap a few pics at the close of the day. We truly have to commend his charitable contributions in an era where “throwing money at the problem” has become the norm. Although Ross is not an Atlanta native, it is refreshing to see him take such a hands on approach to his new home and give back to the community.
For more information on how you can get involved with Southern Crescent Habitat visit www.schabitat.org.