No company can achieve meaningful success unless they are giving back to their community. Charitable work is a foundational part of who we are at One Legacy Sports. We're proud of the work we do, and of the amazing charitable work of our clients.
Brooklyn's Barclays Center celebrated its fifth anniversary with the inaugural "Shining a Light on Brooklyn" gala at the historic Liberty Warehouse on Red Hook's Pier 41. The Foundation honored "key people who have made a profound impact in the community through music, athletics, culinary arts, and sustainability." Among the honorees was our very own Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, who received the Community Leader Award for his work in the community. Proceeds from the event -- which featured a performance by Leon Bridges and a set by DJ Chromeo -- benefited the venue's Barclays Center Cares foundation, which supports community programs for children and families through its work with more than 300 schools, food pantries, homeless shelters, health facilities and nonprofits.
From his days founding and coaching CIA, Mike has always worked to help youth, and to make a meaningful contribution in his community. That work continues with One Legacy Sports Management. Mike takes pride in supporting his clients and helping them create a legacy of their own - for their families and also for their communities through their own charitable work.