Kevin Hart‘s now on a Philly dream team — joining Meek Mill and Michael Rubin to give back to their community with a $15 million donation to benefit more than 100 schools in the greater Philadelphia area.
The “Championships” rapper and 76ers partner added Kevin to the mix for another big charitable push — pooling their funds to support 5,000 students from underserved communities who are attending private and parochial schools.
We’re told the $15 mil donation will back the students at 110 schools for the 2022-23 school year.
As we’ve reported … Meek’s made a tradition out of playing Santa for Philly kids each Christmas — but he’s also put forth a year-round effort to support education in his hometown.
He and Michael launched a $2 million scholarship fund for Philly students back in December 2020, providing youth with critical resources during the pandemic.
The duo partnered with REFORM Alliance just last month, hosting a special VIP experience for more than 25 children negatively impacted by the criminal justice system — the kids went to a 76ers game, and even got to shoot around on the court.
Now, Kevin — another born and raised Philly guy — is in on the charitable efforts, and together they’re upping the ante … big time.