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American football star Colin Kaepernick has donated boxes of custom made suits to people on parole this week, as he continues to carry out charitable work while waiting to be signed to a new NFL team. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback arrived at a New York parole office on Monday to deliver boxes of the outfits to entrepreneur Kevin Livingston. Mr Livingston runs 100 Suits for 100 Men, a community initiative that aims to help reduce re-offending rates of men and women who have been incarcerated. The organisation helps people with the process of finding a job by giving them free suits and haircuts, and by providing free mentoring.