Alex Trebek's wardrobe donated to nonprofit aiding homeless, underserved communities
(CBS 58) -- The late Alex Trebek always looked sharp when he hosted "Jeopardy!"
Now, his wardrobe from the show is being donated to a charitable organization called the Doe Fund.
The group helps people who are trying to put their lives back on track after addiction, prison time or homelessness.
The idea came from Trebek's son, Matthew. The suits, shirts and ties will be used by people in the Doe Fund's reentry program, who are going out on job interviews.
Jeopardy! and Alex's family have donated a large portion of our late host's wardrobe to @TheDoeFund, an organization that provides paid work, housing, and training to underserved Americans with histories of addiction, homelessness, and incarceration.https://t.co/BEKqzlQ5Xnpic.twitter.com/0CxoEEpxzA— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) February 9, 2021