As a part of Mother’s Day, Kim Kardashian has teamed up with Michael Rubin to provide financial support to women, especially mothers across the globe who are not financially stable.
They have teamed up to help almost 50 women who were trapped in legal loops and struggling to come out because of financial struggles.
These are the woman who was trapped in the legal mace because they were unable to pay off restitution, fines, and fees.
1. A Second Chance for Mothers
Kim Kardashian as we all know is one of the most popular television stars and an entrepreneur. She is also an advocate who works to protect people across the globe who are trapped in the unjust system of the country.
Michael Rubin on the other hand is an American businessman and is also a philanthropist. He is the owner of Fanatics which is a sports apparel and fan gear store.
Kim Kardashian and Michael Rubin have came together to hold hands and work together to save 50 mothers across the globe who struggle at the hands of the law.
These are the women who were trapped and fought to find justice. These women are also at high risk of returning to jail if they fail even a meeting with the probation officer.
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These are the women who are putting in the effort to rebuild their families once they are free from the evil hands of the law and the system.
However, the team of Kim Kardashian and Michael Rubin is working towards supporting these women and helping them to rebuild the life they always dreamed of.
2. Breaking the Cycle
Kim Kardashian shared a tweet with a video of her having a conversation with the mothers who struggle with the criminal system and law.
Many mothers across the world are exposed to the frequent risk of being returned to prison for minor issues.
The ultimate aim of this mission is to help out these mothers and Kim Kardashian shared the video on Twitter with the below caption,
“Thousands of mothers are stuck on probation or parole just because they can’t afford to pay off their restitution, fines, and fees.
While on probation they are at constant risk of being returned to prison or jail- not for committing a new crime but for technical violations like missing a meeting with their probation officer. In celebration of Mother’s Day, I’ve partnered with @MichaelRubin to pay off the remaining restitution of more than 50 mothers across the country to give these women the second chance they’ve earned. Thank you, Danielle, Drew, and Tarlexus for sharing your stories with us.
We can fix this broken system but need your support to join the movement visit @REFORM and thank you @jessicajackson. “