Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is coming back to Tuscaloosa for his second-annual Luau with Tua on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in The Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

According to its website, the Tua Foundation is "is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of youth initiatives, health and wellness, and other charitable causes."

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Since starting in 2021, some of the contributions the foundation has made are: a donation to Big Oak Ranch, creating a scholarship at his high school, and a donation to the Tallapoosa County's Girl Ranch last summer, after a car crash claimed the lives of eight young girls. 

"It's an answered prayer answered prayers. You know, plural, actually, you know, and we're just so blessed with, with not only the talent that he has for the sport that he loves, but also the platform that God has blessed him and then just blessed our family with. And so for him to be able to have his, his second well here, which is where we call home, you know, we've called home called Alabama home for the last five years. It's truly a blessing, no words to describe all of it," said Diane Tagovailoa, Treasurer of the Tua Foundation.

According to the Tua Foundation, proceeds for Wednesday evening's event will benefit: the Tua Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of West Alabama, and Nick's Kids. Individual tickets are $625 per person.

Alabama head coach Nick Saban will be in attendance as the honorary chairman.

To find more information on the Tuscaloosa event or to learn about the Tua Foundation, click here.