Young Dolph’s “Dolph Day” national day of service to be held on 2-year anniversary of his passing

“Dolph Day” Nationwide Day Of Service to be held on November 17

ovember 17 will officially mark two years since Young Dolph tragically passed away. That came as a result of the Memphis rapper being shot and killed in his hometown, while visiting one of his favorite South Memphis establishments, Makeda’s Homemade Cookies.

Meanwhile, major things are happening on Friday, on the 2-year anniversary of Dolph’s passing. This is “Dolph Day,” which features a Nationwide Day Of Service. Therefore, the IdaMae Family Foundation (named after Dolph’s grandmother) and Dolph’s Paper Route Empire record label will celebrate his life, legacy, contributions, and giving spirit tomorrow with a host of activations around the cities of Memphis, Chicago, and Atlanta. This is the second annual Dolph Day, and will include turkey drives, community dinners, givebacks, and donations. Fans and community members are encouraged to post a photo doing an act of service on November 17th, using the hashtags #DolphDay & #DolphServiceDay.

In Memphis, Paper Route Woo and Snupe Bandz of PRE will host and present a turkey giveaway at Christ Missionary Baptist Church in South Memphis. Memphis businesses, CxffeeBlack and Sweet Magnolia Gelato will also offer special items on their menu, which donates a portion of purchases to the IdaMae Foundation.

In Atlanta, the IdaMae Foundation will partner with Barrio ATL, to offer hygiene kits for area homeless and other disadvantaged community members from 12pm to 5pm. Foundation will also host a Holiday Dinner at Atlanta Mission Shelter from 5 to 8pm. In Chicago, Paper Route Empire’s Chitana will host a Turkey giveaway in Chicago’s South Side, at the Lionel Hampton Fine and Performing Arts School.



“Dolph Day” Nationwide Day Of Service to be held on November 17

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