INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Pacers' guard and Indianapolis local spent the afternoon giving back to the community at his first annual back-to-school event at the Washington Park Family Center.
Over 185 kids from nine different schools received free backpacks, folders, notebooks, pens and even free shoes from Hill's foundation.
Hill said education is extremely important.
"You can't do nothing in life without an education," said Hill. "So to come out here and show them I'm a living witness of 'I made it by doing the right things, staying on the right path to school, just to show them they can do it."
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