Gabrielle Union Joins Russell Simmons, Procter & Gamble to Clean Up Urban Schools

Gabrielle Union is getting her hands dirty but it’s for a good  cause.
The actress will be participating in the “Make a Clean Difference” program which is a joint partnership between mogul Russell Simmon’s Rush Philanthropic Foundation, Proctor & Gamble’s Bounty brand, and the Hands On Network.
Union will join 1,000 volunteers as part of National Volunteer Week, and together they will be lending their services to help transform 30 public schools in 10 cities around the country, including Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, and Seattle.
“I am thrilled to be here at National Volunteer Week with the Hands On Network, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Bounty,” Union said at the campaign kickoff in Washington, D.C. last week.
Volunteers will have a variety of task they will be completing during their volunteer hours ranging from cleaning cafeterias to planting flowers.
Grammy Award-winning singer Mary J. Blige and Simmons will kick off the first  New York school cleaning on May 4.  -christian johnson
Gabrielle Union
Gabrielle Union is getting her hands dirty, but it’s for a good  cause.
The actress will be participating in the “Make a Clean Difference” program, which is a joint partnership between hip-hop mogul Russell Simmon’s Rush Philanthropic Foundation, Procter & Gamble’s Bounty brand, and the Hands On Network.
Union will join 1,000 volunteers as part of National Volunteer Week, and together they will be lending their services to help transform 30 public schools in 10 cities around the country, including Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York and Seattle.
“I am thrilled to be here at National Volunteer Week with the Hands On Network, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Bounty,” Union said at the campaign kickoff in Washington, D.C., last week.
Volunteers will be assigned a variety of tasks during their volunteer hours from cleaning the schools’ interior spaces to planting flowers.
Grammy Award-winning singer Mary J. Blige and Simmons will kick off the first project in New York on May 4. –christian johnson
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