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Rap-A-Lot Founder J Prince Donates $100,000 to Meals that Heal Program

James Prince, founder of Houston’s Rap-A-Lot Records, has made a $100,000 donation to the Bread of Life Inc.’s “Meals That Heal Program,” which provides meals to area families and individuals who are in need. To celebrate the generous donation, the organization on Monday (December 17) officially renamed the kitchen at their Gray St. facility to the “J. Prince Kitchen.” The event was marked with an official ribbon cutting ceremony and also served to launch the charity’s new monthly “Celebrity Chef Night.” On the third Monday of each month, a Bread of Life will highlight the talents of an individual chef from the city of Houston.

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