Philadelphia Native SirCaliburx Gives Back Across the Country


Sircaliburx AKA THE MEME GOD is an artist, rapper, and influencer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As an entertainer, he has built up a following of more than 27,000 people on Instagram. As he continues to build up his brand online, the rapper is building up his philanthropic efforts. From foods to clothes, Sircaliburx is making sure that he uses his platform to help people in need and he hopes others will use the platforms that they have to do the same thing. 

In September of last year, Sircaliburx collected clothes to give away to the needy. In just one week a thousand articles of clothing were donated in total, which were then given out. “I have saying I believe in, wealth is of the heart and mind, not the pocket,” Sircaliburx says. “I feel wealthy when I’m giving out clothes, food, whatever the people say they need, I feel good when I’m helping.”

For Thanksgiving of last year, Sircaliburx saw a need for turkeys among some local Philadelphian. To fill that need, he gave away 100 turkeys so that families and people in need could have the signature dish at their dinner tables for the holiday. “Every artist wants to blow up and then go back to where they’re from and give back, I want to always be doing that. It’s like I’m here now already with a way to help out, so why not do it.”

In 2019, the City of Philadelphia Office of Homeless Services reported that the city has the lowest number of street homeless people per capita of any of the largest cities in the US. In total, about 5,700 Philadelphians are considered to be homeless across the city, which includes about 950 who are unsheltered. The city does a lot of things to try and combat the issue of homelessness, but Sircaliburx wants people to know that there’s still things that people need.

“The food I give out, it goes away so fast, same with the clothes,” he says. “These people need all that and more and I think people need to be more aware of the homeless people in their areas. I’ve been getting more aware of what it’s like and Philly and I feel like I’ve been able to help out a lot.”

The Opioid crisis has caused a lot of people to become homeless in Philadelphia in recent years. Homelessness in the downtown Center City area is also more visible now due to construction and fewer public spaces for people to live. These kinds of conditions apply not only to Philadelphia, but to many other metro areas across the country.

On May 15th of this year, Sircaliburx gave away 100 Little Caesars pizzas to homeless people on Los Angeles’ Skid Row, during an event that he called SirCalibur Day. Those pizzas were given out quickly as word of mouth spread about what was being given away.

“Skid Row needs help, Philly needs help, somebody needs some help everywhere,” Sircaliburx says. “I want people to see what I’m doing and take it to wherever they are. It can really make a difference, even if it’s just pizza, just clothes, it changes things.” 

The rapper hopes to repeat his clothing giveaway and turkey donations later this year, as he also works on new ways to help the homeless and those in need, even if they have a place to stay. Sircaliburx knows that he is making an impact with his efforts to help those in need and he doesn’t want to slow down anytime soon. “This can only get bigger,” he says. “I wanna be able to help people in my city, my state, all over the world. It makes me feel good and I just wanna figure out how to grow.” 


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