The Duke basketball program will be doing its part to help out with Hurricane Harvey relief to those affected by the storm that hammered Houston and surrounding areas.
On Saturday, the Blue Devils will be hosting a fundraising event at Cameron Indoor Stadium that has been dubbed, “Knockout Harvey.”
Duke basketball stars Justise Winslow and Grayson Allen announced the event in a post on social media.
At “Knockout Harvey,” fans can participate in a game of knockout with members of the team. Fans simply need to donate $10 to participate, with the money going towards the donation that will be placed by Winslow and his mother’s Robin’s House Family Foundation.
Winslow and his mother have already raised $90,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief.
Our guy Justise is trying to give back to Houston! Help us #KnockoutHarvey!
📍: Our House
🗓️: Sat., 9/9
⌚️: 9:45-11:30 a.m.
💵: $10 donation pic.twitter.com/1wDRT8TkIh
— Duke Basketball (@DukeMBB) September 6, 2017
The event will take place on Saturday morning from 9:45-11:30 a.m.
This is very cool: Come to Duke on Saturday morning, play 'Knockout' with the team and proceeds go to Hurricane Harvey relief. pic.twitter.com/quqKw6FPvE
— Brian Hamilton (@_Brian_Hamilton) September 6, 2017