The National Basketball Players Association announced it will make $400,000 worth of donations to match grants provided by players over the past two months.
Many of the donations were food distribution efforts that were necessary during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Evan Dammarell of Forbes reported in May that players and the NBPA combined to donate $5.5 million to nonprofits to assist in relief efforts.
The latest contributions are going to a variety of resources that are important to players. James Harden helped provide groceries and basic supplies to low-income families in Houston, while Love partnered with UCLA, his alma mater, to help bring awareness to anxiety and depression.
Philadelphia 76ers general manager Elton Brand is providing scholarships to students at Peekskill High School, his former school in New York, as well as the Kimberton Waldorf School in Philadelphia.