Stockton’s mother keeps her son’s name alive by giving back to the community
STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL) – A mother from Stockton who lost her teenage son in an accident last year is now keeping her son’s name alive by giving back to the community.
Eight months after Treyvon Breckenridge was killed in an accident at Tracy, Kimberly Ware says she is still struggling to deal with his death but has found a way to shed some light on his name.
Ware does good in his community, all in the name of his son and his foundation. She says it’s something her son would have done if he was still alive after starting a garbage cleaning business during the pandemic.
The Trey FO 3 Foundation aims to help the most disadvantaged.
“One thing about my son, he wanted everyone to win, everyone to win,” Ware said.
Ware, along with a group of volunteers, gathered food and clothing to distribute to those in need on Saturday at Columbus Park in Stockton.
“We’re right here giving back to the community in honor of my son,” Ware said.
Ware has also teamed up with a group called Love in Action to come up with haircuts.
It’s something the group does every month, but the volunteers wanted to be there to support, which was especially important to the Breckenridge family.
“There are people here who don’t want to be here. They are hungry, they are in need, you never know, ”said Katerina Thurman, Love in Action volunteer.
Overall, Ware says the goal is to make everyone feel included, because that’s what his son would have wanted.
“Everybody wins. There is no division. We all eat together, so we just had fun here, ”Ware said.
Ware plans to hold a fashion show to benefit the homeless in August.
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