Despite relocating to another city, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James continues to show his loyalty and extend help for his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

The LeBron James Family Foundation’s latest initiative is a new community hub in Akron called House Three Thirty:

The name for the project was inspired by the 330 area code of Akron. The foundation acquired the Tangier, which is a 60,000-square-foot entertainment complex that will house the initiative and soon offer a variety of opportunities for the local community. It will reportedly include services like financial-literacy advice, job training, and recreational activities for the youth, per TIME Magazine.

The LeBron James Family Foundation will also include training in the venue available for students and families in fields like plumbing, heating and cooling, food service, and merchandising, among others.

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LeBron released this statement on the project:

“House 330 is going to be a sanctuary for our families,” James said. “It’s going to be a place where all our families can grow and learn. This will be a hub for everything possible our families will need.”

Back in 2018, the NBA icon already started laying the groundwork for his extensive projects by establishing the I Promise School, which now has over 450 students in grade school, specifically from third grade to sixth grade. The institution also previously partnered with the nearby University of Akron and Kent State University to provide free scholarships for its high school graduates:

Indeed, it looks like LeBron James isn’t going to be done making an impact both on and off the court. His foundation‘s latest initiative in House Three Thirty will certainly contribute to positive change and will help better the lives of the people of Akron moving forward.