We recently came across these photos of Tameka Foster and we have to admit, she looks damn good!!! Photographer Robert Ector, who did the photo shoot said this really is how Tameka looks, the photos were not retouched!!
Check out the pics below:
Tameka spoke with freddyo.com recently about her Atlanta based non-profit organization The Lost Ones and her involvement with Oakland Natives Gives Back (ONGB).
Q: Please tell me about your non-profit organizations.
A: My personal non-profit is called ‘The Lost Ones’. It’s geared toward young women between the ages of 12-18 years old that are at risk of low scholastic achievement, pregnancy, drug use, delinquency, truancy, violence and other unproductive behaviors. It works in partnership with my other charity Oakland Natives Gives Back (ONGB).
Q: Explain what ONGB is about?
A: It’s an organization that was founded by me, Delicia Abdur-Rahim and Nyeisha Dewitt. Our goal is for people to give back to their native communities wherever their from. We supply children in under served communities with backpacks, school supplies and fun events. This is our 2nd year doing this and we have a rally on Aug. 23rd, at City Hall in Oakland Ca.
Q: Impressive, tell me more about the rally at City Hall.
A: The rally is an all day event for the kids where we’ll have day programs, motivational speeches, celebrity guests and at the end a backpack giveaway filled with school supplies and snacks. Last year we gave away around 800 backpacks and this year we’ll be handing out about 2,000.
Q: You seem to do a lot of work with underprivileged kids in Atlanta and Oakland, why is this such an important mission for you?
A: The idea of giving back to others excites me, I have been utterly blessed in every aspect, no matter where you are in life, you should never forget from where you came. It’s the least I could to give thanks for my many blessings.
We’re glad to see Tameka moving on with her life.