April 23, 2018
By: Rachel Hinton Chicago Sun-Times At 13-years-old, Mya Middleton, was out buying groceries for her mom, when she witnessed an armed robbery. The assailant, she… More ›
Michael Jordan on Tuesday named several Chicago-area charities he has picked to benefit from his recently settled legal battle with the Jewel-Osco and Dominick’s grocery chains.
Fittingly, the Chicago Bulls great said he has chosen 23 charitable organizations that will receive the net proceeds from the undisclosed settlement. They include After School Matters, the award-winning arts and education program founded by former Chicago first lady Maggie Daley, and The Ounce of Prevention Fund, led by Illinois first lady Diana Rauner.
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