The CDR Supreme Dream Foundation
The CDR Supreme Dream Foundation was created and founded by Supreme Bey, formerly Chris Douglas-Roberts, or as he was affectionally called in Memphis, "CDR". CDR is a former University of Memphis All-American Basketball Star, who helped lead the team to 3 straight Conference-USA Championships, a NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2006, a NCAA Elite 8 appearance in 2007, and the National Title Game in the NCAA Tournament in 2008. During his time at The University of Memphis, CDR developed a deep love and connection to the entire city of Memphis, as they embraced him as their own. He felt like the city of Memphis was a new family member that loved and protected him. Because of that, Supreme always vowed that he would give back to the city one day, and that day came recently. After speaking to Memphis Radio host John Martin of 92.9 ESPN Radio, CDR felt the familiar feeling of love and nostalgia, and decided to launch The CDR Supreme Dream Foundation. The CDR Supreme Dream Foundation aims to provide children and families in need in the Memphis-city area with the necessary resources and tools to thrive and lead a happy and healthy life. Together with personal resources, generous donations, and the power of the community, The CDR Supreme Dream Foundation hopes to improve the lives of children by giving them support, knowledge, learning the power of positive thinking, and love.