NeNe Leakes Donates to Marlo Hampton Non-Profit Organization

NeNe Leakes donated to Marlo Hampton’s nonprofit, and kept fans informed of her account on social media. Discover the message she shared on IG:

“I donated to @ marlohampton’s nonprofit organization” Glam It Up, Inc. “to support its annual vacation lunch for the benefit of young women in foster care. Learn more or make a donation donation to @glamitupinc on www.marlohampton.com/glam-it-up or click on the link in his biography ”, reads NeNe’s message charity0related.

Someone jumped out of NeNe’s message and said, “A good cause and a great idea to help foster girls because they are vulnerable … I’m talking about mentoring experience … well done Mrs. Hampton.” ???? »

Another follower also praised the RHOA star and wrote: “You are my favorite housewife, I don’t know why they all stumble.”

Another commenter wrote, “It’s amazing how many good friends I have and I don’t know … I would like to thank Saving Our Daughters, which is one of the many charities I work with. “????”

A follower posted: “I love you @neneleakes you are a true 1 with whom I have been swinging since day 1 you are my friend in my head, continue to be you !! You teach a generation of women and men to be strong and without excuses … a friend with whom I can continue like Erica lol all the blessing for you ❤️???????? ’

In other news, NeNe’s latest gesture gets people talking in the comments. She did something for a high school student who managed to impress her fans.

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