Social Media Celebrates La La Anthony For Her THREESIXTY Project To Support Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

by Gee NY

La La Anthony, entrepreneur and philanthropist, took to Instagram on Nov. 17 to share an exciting update about her new project, THREESIXTY.

The post by the television personality and actress revealed the official opening of THREESIXTY’s new office, marking a significant step forward in their mission to support individuals transitioning from prison to productive community life.

The accompanying video showcased the sleek new office space, with La La beaming in front of the entrance, embodying the spirit of hope and change.

In her caption, La La, known in her private life as Alani Nicole Anthony, expressed her enthusiasm for having a dedicated space where THREESIXTY could provide essential tools and resources to those released from prison.

“THREESIXTY officially has an office. I’m so excited to have space where we can provide the critical tools & resources that are necessary when people are released from prison to transition and be productive in our communities,” she stated.

THREESIXTY, founded by La La Anthony, hopes to be a beacon of support for formerly incarcerated individuals, recognizing the challenges they face upon reentry into society.

The organization focuses on equipping individuals with the necessary skills and resources to facilitate a smooth transition, ultimately fostering their ability to lead productive lives.

The newly established office is set to become a hub for various programs and initiatives from job training and counseling services to mentorship programs, THREESIXTY’s office will be a central point for individuals seeking assistance in rebuilding their lives.

La La Anthony. Image credit: Instagram/@lala

La La Anthony’s commitment to the cause was evident in her post, and the response from her followers was overwhelmingly positive.

Many expressed their support for THREESIXTY’s mission and commended La La for taking concrete steps to make a difference in the lives of those often overlooked by society.

Below are some of the reactions to her post on IG:

“The world needs more GENUINE people like you! #Breaking the generational curse. ❤️❤️❤️” said @silvia_743

@schav05 also remarked:

“So dope you got Gigi and Kobe’s jerseys hanging 🙏🏽”

@ classyrebel20they were touched:

“This is so touching, Congratulations, Great job! Rikers Island inmates gained a Gem ❤️”

“I love what you’re doing Lala.. I applaud you.👏👏👏👏👏,” @nvr_gvn_up posted.

@misterbeentheredonedat offered to work with La La on the life change project:

“This is the kinda company I wanna work for. I’m formerly incarcerated but attaining my masters degree in non profit management ❤️❤️❤️ @lala where can I send my resume? ❤️”

With a physical space now dedicated to their mission, the organization is poised to make an even greater difference in the lives of individuals seeking a fresh start after incarceration, starting with males first then later females.

La La Anthony’s Instagram post not only celebrated a significant milestone for THREESIXTY but also served as a call to action for the community to come together and support the vital work being done to break down barriers for those seeking redemption and a second chance in life.

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