Usher Helps Colin Kaepernick Complete His #10For10 Challenge With $10,000 Donation

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Colin Kaepernick and Usher Raymond attend Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Hosts Annual Ripple Of Hope Awards Dinner on Dec. 13, 2017 in New York City.  

In the past 10 days, Colin Kaepernick has made it his mission to have other celebrities match his altruism by helping him complete his $1 million pledge to serve oppressed communities throughout the country. After watching the likes of Chris Brown, Serena WilliamsSteph Curry and more shell out hefty contributions, Kaepernick concluded his 10-day challenge after tapping Usher for a $10,00 donation to the H.O.M.E. (Helping Oppressed Mothers Endure) charity in Lithonia, Georgia.

"Day 10 of my #10for10! Thank you @usher for choosing H.O.M.E. for the #MillionDollarPledge," Kap tweeted Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 31). "We’re donating $10k each to them for a total of $20k! It’s been an honor to work for the people and donate $1 mil to orgs fighting for social justice! See it all on http://kaepernick7.com."

"This was an opportunity to do something major, and you did it," Usher said in a video posted to Kaepernick's Twitter account on Wednesday. "You have raised $1 million. I'm happy to be a part of the completion of that $1 million. Everyone that has done something around this is amazing. This is a collaborative effort. As a result of us helping each other, we all become stronger."

Earlier this month, Kaepernick kicked off his #10for10 campaign to help finish the remaining $100,000 left in his pledge. He recruited several notable names to help expedite the process and match his $10,000 efforts. On Tuesday, Meek Mill joined the coalition and donated $10,000 to Young Service Inc., despite being incarcerated. 

Take a look at Kaepernick's tweet and video below: