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Hollywood Leading Man & Singer Ne-Yo Donates To Las Vegas Charity

Hollywood leading man and singer Ne-Yo donates to Las Vegas charity and makes a stop at The Boys & Girls Club of North Las Vegas on December 20, 2009. The Las Vegas native was part of the third annual Giving Tour.


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

Singer Ne-Yo is the founder of the philanthropic Compound Foundation, empowering disadvantaged and at-risk youth in the child welfare system to become successful adults.


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

The Giving Tour is a year-round resource program identifying 400 youth by local agencies. They will be given a free lunch, as well as a toy or bicycle from Ne-Yo, including 3-on-3 basketball, guest community speakers, group dance competitions spun by a popular DJ, and performances from local artists.

Bill Cody is an entertainment reporter and journalist in Las Vegas. He reports on celebrities, events and all things Las Vegas. Visit VegasBill on twitter.

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