Kailand and Mandla Morris, the sons of legendary singer-songwriter, Stevie Wonder, are helping out those who are less fortunate during the holiday season by helping to ensure that lots of children around the Los Angeles community received a special Christmas. The Morris brothers were seen earlier in the week donating toys at the Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks as part of the first annual Life After Sports holiday toy drive, which was organized by Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus.
The Life After Sports toy drive was also done in collaboration with Snoop’s Youth Football League. Even though most of the toy drive was virtual, there was a safe distance event that allowed people to come and support the fundraiser by watching a drive-in movie.
19-year-old Kailand Morris and 15-year-old Mandla were seen taking photos with Cordell after dropping off a bountiful donation of toys.
When talking about giving back during the holidays, the younger brother spoke about the values instilled by his famous father, Stevie Wonder, and mother, designer Kai Milla.
“My father & mother always taught to give and look out for others,” Mandla Morris was quoted as saying.
He added, “It’s important for me to give back during this time of the year, it’s been a hard year for everyone.”
Although Kailand and Mandla grew up experiencing the wild career of Stevie Wonder, the boys are trying to blaze their own paths in the world of entertainment and fashion. However, they are making sure not to take their opportunities for granted and appear to be remarkably humble young stars.