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Michael Jordan donates $2 million in proceeds from The Last Dance to food banks

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 Michael Jordan got a lot of acknowledgment as ESPN's "The Last Dance" circulated during the games dry season made by the COVID-19 pandemic. Presently, he's utilizing cash from the narrative to take care of the hungry. 

The ball legend declared Wednesday, the day preceding Thanksgiving, that he is giving $2 million in continues from "The Last Dance" to Feeding America and its part food banks in North Carolina, South Carolina and Chicago. 

"In these difficult occasions and in a time of incredible trouble because of COVID-19, it's a higher priority than at any other time to delay and express gratefulness," Jordan said Wednesday in a proclamation. "I am glad to give extra continues from The Last Dance to Feeding America and its part food banks in the Carolinas and Chicago to help feed America's eager." 

It's been an especially altruistic year for Jordan in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and fights against racial foul play started by the slaughtering of George Floyd. 

Jordan had recently reported he would give the sum of his returns from "The Last Dance" — assessed by Forbes to be in the scope of $3 million to $4 million — to mentorship charitable Friends of the Children. This $2 million has all the earmarks of being an additional bonus from the docuseries, and a welcome one for those in need this Christmas season. 

This June, Jordan and his own image promised to give $100 million throughout the following 10 years to makes looking for social equity and more prominent access schooling. He followed that up by opening a second wellbeing center in Charlotte in October. 

Furthermore, as of mid-November, Jordan's Charlotte Hornets are one of only a handful few NBA groups that have not laid off a solitary worker or forced compensation decreases, per the Charlotte Business Journal.

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