Timberwolves Hold Annual Shopping Spree for Kids

December 08, 2017 07:45 PM

The Minnesota Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation, in partnership with the United Heroes League, hosted 15 children from low-income households for their annual Holiday Shopping for Kids event at Target in downtown Minneapolis.

The kids all have or recently had a parent in the military deployed overseas. All the kids received $500 for the shopping spree and had a Timberwolves player accompany them around the store. Each family also received a 40" TV from TCL along with a Fitbit.

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