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Xbox and the LA Clippers Tip Off with the Xbox High Five Program

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Xbox has always been passionate about powering fans’ dreams through gaming and sports, which is why we are excited to announce a brand-new partnership with the LA Clippers, the Xbox High Five program. To celebrate through the next two months, Xbox, Kawhi Leonard and the LA Clippers are tipping off the Xbox High Five initiative, which will reward five incredible community groups making a positive impact in their respective neighborhoods with a $10,000 grant and Xbox prize package including a custom Clippers Xbox Series S and a 12-month Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

The Xbox High Five

We’re pleased to present our first grant to Los Angeles-based mentoring, scholarship and college access organization MOSTe, which is dedicated to ensuring girls from underserved areas in Los Angeles County have the support they need to reach and graduate from college. The grant will help MOSTe continue to build back to safe and inspiring in-person programming, such as multi-day college tours and college preparation opportunities for its students, empowering rising young women to achieve their dreams.

The Xbox High Five

Who do you think we should honor next? As we continue our search for four more high-five-worthy organizations this holiday season, we’re asking fans to tell us who they think is a slam dunk. Starting today, and running through February 9, 2022, fans can nominate local all-stars for a chance to win at clippers.com/xboxhighfive. We’re looking forward to learning more about the incredible organizations nominated!

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