Kevin Durant donates $57,000 to help homeless children in Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Kevin Durant may be a member of the Golden State Warriors now, but it seems he hasn’t forgotten about Oklahomans in need.

According to ESPN, Durant’s charity foundation recently donated $57,000 to help Positive Tomorrows to build a new school in Oklahoma City for homeless children.

It is an organization that was close to Durant’s heart while he was a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Just last year, Durant donated to the program to help fund the school’s kitchen renovation, buy science equipment, books and supplies for the students.

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