LaMarcus Aldrigg is not just a basketball player.

He is also a philanthropist.

LaMarre’s latest initiative is the LaVarBall Foundation, an educational charity aimed at empowering underserved children.

The foundation was founded in December by LaMarre, a former NBA player who played for the Dallas Mavericks from 1994-2002.

This foundation has been instrumental in helping kids in disadvantaged communities around the world.

Last year, LaMarres foundation donated more than $100,000 to the LaMarrs family, who were in the process of buying the Arizona Cardinals for $1 billion.

As the foundation’s chairman, LaMarre said he sees the LaMarrts foundation as a way to give back to Arizona.

“This is a place where you can make a difference,” LaMarrer said.

“This is where you get to experience life, get to do your thing and be who you are.

There is a lot of people that can give back, but there is a huge gap in education in Arizona.

We have a really high poverty rate, and there are a lot people that don’t have the opportunities to get a good education. “

We have a lot more to do to be a better place.

So I feel like I’m a role model to my kids and my kids have a role in helping me reach that goal.”