DADDY DO-GOODER: PAUL PIERCE HONORED FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK
Paul Pierce recently celebrated 15 years of community service with his two daughters. The NBA player received the New England Baptist Hospital Community Champion Award from the Shamrock Foundation at a gala held in Boston last month. Paul’s daughters looked happy to be a part of the ceremony as they smiled at the cameras and held daddy’s hand.
The Shamrock Foundation works day in and out to create a bond between ‘Celtics’ players and young Boston residents. Through Shamrock, Pierce has worked with several non-profit organizations to build a stronger community that encourages creativity and growth in youth. From giving kids an artistic outlet to broadening the horizons of homeless youth, Pierce has made every effort to give Boston children better opportunities in life.
Paul and wife Julie Landrum-Pierce parent four children together.