Back in March 2018, 9-year-old Gavin Henss got a surprise any kid his age would dream of: courtside tickets to a basketball game between the Phoenix Suns and the Cleveland Cavaliers. One of the players on the court that night was LeBron James, who had recently been criticized for his political commentary and was told by a famous news host, “Shut up and dribble.” To show his support for James, Gavin made a sign just hours before the game. This sign catapulted Gavin into Internet stardom and inspired his family to launch the Homes for Good Non-Profit of the Quarter, Giving Sole.