Harry Ezenibe's effort in growing his sense of community around the globe has been integral to his success as a professional. In his words: "The community makes us who we are." Harry has continued to embrace his reality while staying involved with various professional and non-profit organizations.

Click on the Outreach drop down menu to learn more about the outreach highlights below.

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HCF PEACE AMBASSADORS

PEACE AMBASSADORS: Focused on creating a sustainable system and peaceful environment while spreading the awareness of peace, bridging gaps, and growing the game of basketball through our community ambassadors.

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HCF PERSONAL HYGIENCE PROJECT

PERSONAL HYGIENE PROJECT (HCF-PHP): Focused on providing protective and hygienic materials to low-income families.

The first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic presented a harsh reminder of the need for protective and hygienic materials. Families and communities around the world especially in third world countries and underserved communities in Nigeria are in dire need.

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HCF BOOK DRIVE

The HCF Book Drive focused on encouraging young students to read while providing them with the habits of self-education. The Book Drive which was started in Toronto benefitted almost 3000 students in two Nigerian States: Anambra and Rivers State.

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HCF SPONSOR A CHILD PROJECT

HCF SPONSOR A CHILD PROJECT (HCF-SCP): Focused on providing full tuition to a Nigerian child with a single parent or from a low-income family. Destiny Igwe and Faith became the first recipients

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HARRY X DAMILOLA TAYLOR CENTRE - UNITED KINGDOM

During the National Basketball Association Global Games, Harry visited Damilolar Taylon Centre in South Peckhan, United Kingdom to hold a life skill session with Nigerian-born, British youth.

Click below to learn more about Harry's visit and the Damilolar Taylor Centre.

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HCF STREET COURT PROJECT

On average, over 30-60 youth are actively engaged on a daily basis in South-East and North-Central, Nigeria as a result of the HCF Street Court Project. Countless youth are inspired by this, as we continue to showcase them in the lights as positive role models, community athletes ,and leaders who may mentor others.

By doing so, we are providing a safe space and place where various youth can hone their basketball skills while channelling their energy towards sports.