Kailand Obasi Morris, Youth Ambassador for All It Takes, along with his parents Stevland Morris (Stevie Wonder), and Kai Milla and All It Takes will be hosting the 4th Annual Kailand Obasi Hoop-Life Youth Basketball Tournament Fundraiser on August 28, 2016.

The “AIT Hoop-Life Inspiration Award” to be given to R5 for their contribution toward many non-profit organizations. Halftime performance by V. Bozeman and surprise celebrity guest.

All It Takes (AIT) was co-founded in 2010 by Lori Woodley and her daughter, acclaimed actress Shailene Woodley, as a conduit to create safer schools and sustainable positive change for youth in the L.A. area and beyond. AIT is currently set to serve over 6,000 youth in grades 4-8 this upcoming school year with over 65% from underserved populations. For more information, click here.

Slated Guests include: Will Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Usher, Common, Anthony Anderson, Magic Johnson, Angela Bassett, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Ariana Grande, Zendaya, Cee Lo, Silento, Daphne Wayans, Shaun Robinson, Chris Paul, Mitch Redmond, Theo Ratcliff, Yara Shahidi, JB Smoove, Samaki Walker, Chantelle Anderson, Nick Jonas, Tony Gonzalez and ESPN Commentator Mark Jackson, NFL Network’s Erin Coscarelli, Roy Hibbert, James Worthy.

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