The 14th annual Duffy’s Hope celebrity basketball game to benefit the state’s young people will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 6, at the University of Delaware’s Bob Carpenter Center.
Duffy’s Hope, founded in 1998 by Allen (Duffy) Samuels, provides services to at-risk and hard to reach teens ages 12-17 and has changed the lives of more than 4,500 young people since its inception.
Revenue from the annual celebrity game supports the yearly budget for prevention programming.
Duffy’s Hope has partnered with the talent acquisition firm Agency for Artists to present an event lineup that will feature recording artist LeToya Luckett, award-winning actor Lance Gross, television personality Tami Roman along with her daughter and recording artist Jazz Anderson, and Rotimi, recording artist and actor in the hit show Power.
Also appearing will be Harlem Globetrotter Tammy Brawner and award-winning teen sports star Mo’Ne Davis, media personality Quincy (Q Deezy) Harris, actor Wesley Jonathan and singer Matt Hill.