The University of Alabama basketball program made a huge impact on the court this past season winning the SEC regular season and tournament championships while also advancing to the Sweet 16. The Tide's success on the court this year resulted in fun for the fans but also benefited the community of Tuscaloosa.

The Alabama Crimson Tide basketball team partnered with Camping World to take part in the "Plating Change Initiative" in the Maui Invitational to raise money for hungry Tuscaloosans.

On Saturday Camping World partnered with College Hill Missionary Baptist Church and Baumhower's Victory Grill to deliver meals to the community. Baumhower's provided 100 meals to those in need at the Alberta School for Performing Arts.

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Camping World joined with each university playing in the Maui Invitational and pledged to donate $3,000 for each made 3-pointer in the event.

The Crimson Tide made 27 3-point shots in its three games in the event, the most of any team in the tournament, raising a total of $81,000 for the Plating Change Initiative.

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