NBA Stars & Celebrities Show Out for the 7th Annual, Wright Legacy Foundation, 90’s Skate Party & Fundraiser
Proceeds to benefit community-based programs that foster excellence in health, education, and social well-being.
August 11, 2018, Northridge, CA – Twelve-year NBA Veteran and Champion, Dorell Wright, alongside wife, Mia Wright (President of the National Basketball Wives Association), and brother Delon Wright, NBA Toronto Raptors’ rising star, hosted the 7th annual Wright Legacy Foundation 90’s Skate Party and fundraiser on August 10, 2018, at the Northridge Skateland to support the charity’s educational and academic program initiatives.
The night was filled with fun and nostalgia, as guests were encouraged to attend in their best “90’s fit”. From outfits inspired by Hillary Banks of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Dough Boy of Boyz In The Hood, skaters came dressed to impress. All for a great cause, the sold-out event rolled in some of the biggest and brightest in Hollywood and Sports. Both fashionable and community forward, familiar faces and household names skated around the rink in throwback gear to support the Wright Legacy Foundation’s mission to meet childhood needs. Proceeds fund the development of programs and support community-based organizations that foster excellence in health, education, and social well-being, within urban and ethnically diverse communities.
Guest spent the evening socializing among the likes of Gabriel Union-Wade (Actress) Ajiona Alexus (Actress, “13 Reasons Why”, “Breaking In”), Brandon Jennings (NBA Player), Tae Heckard (Actress, “The Game”), Brandon Williams (Celebrity Stylist), Brittney Elena (Influencer, MTV’s Wild’n Out), Delon Wright (NBA Player, Toronto Raptors), Dorell Wright (Former NBA Player & NBA Champion), Mia Wright (President National Basketball Wives Associaiton, Inc.), Jack McClinton (Owner/Designer “Active Dreamers” “Loaded Dock”), Larry Sims (Celebrity Hairstylist/Reality TV Star), Mikey Alfred (Film Co-Producer “90’s” Movie, Illegal Civilization Founder), Sabina Gadecki (Actress, “Entourage,” “Narcos”), Tarik Black (NBA Player, Houston Rockets), and Trevor Ariza (NBA Player, Phoenix Suns).
About the Wright Legacy Foundation
Founded by NBA brothers Dorell and Delon Wright, the local community-based foundation is committed to supporting other community-based organizations that foster excellence in health, education, and social well-being, within urban and ethnically diverse communities. Inner-city youth will receive college scholarships, academic initiatives, and programs that promote overall community enrichment.
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