DJ K-Tone and Adam Lo recently announced the launch of the Colorado Hip-Hop for Homeless, a new charity that seeks to help Colorado's homeless community. A couple times a month, K-Tone and Lo recruit local hip-hop artists to donate and distribute clothes, water, non-perishable food and blankets to the homeless contingent around the Denver Rescue Mission and Samaritan House in downtown Denver. The pair spell out their mission in the video above.
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