Allen Crabbe is all that’s good in the world, especially with everything we see in the news today. The Brooklyn Nets shooting guard helped saved a private Los Angeles high school by donating upwards of six figures, according to TMZ.
Frederick K.C. Price III Christian School in south Los Angeles was set to shut its doors for good this week after it lost the backing from a local church — until the Brooklyn Nets star caught wind of it.

Crabbe — who attended the prestigious inner-city school from the time he was in diapers to when he graduated some 18 years later — agreed to supply the funding to keep the school ticking.

Unclear how much he actually kicked in for the cause … but sources tell TMZ Sports it was a substantial 6-figure check.

“I was at that school practically my whole life,” Allen says. “I’m just happy and feel blessed to be in a position now to do this.”
Thanks to Crabbe, the estimated 175 students don’t have to look for a new place to continue their educations.


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