“I was at a point where I didn’t know what to do following the loss of my mother; I didn’t know which way to go or what to do. So I just went back to playing ball… To get through that is something you’ve really got to want to do, something you need your friends and family to help you with. You have to have that support. But it’s in my nature. That’s what God put me here to do. To be a role model, especially for those kids who have it tough and maybe don’t have as many opportunities. I’m here to show them that there is always a way to get through it.”
We are inspired by the foundation’s belief that all lives have equal value, and are compelled by the opportunity to make an impact – before, during, and after our time at the foundation. Experienced and highly engaged, we set aspirational goals, and hold ourselves, and each other, to high standards.
UPS, Former NBA Player Steve “The Franchise” Francis, Constable Alan Rosen, and Harris County Precinct 1 partnered to distribute relief supplies to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. This is just part of how Steve Francis plans to help Harvey survivors. UPS employees and residents filled numerous UPS trailers with supplies that distributed at The Spirit of Life Church. The recipients of the supplies were very grateful. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee was also on hand to present a proclamation to Steve Francis.