Terrence Jenkins is going back to his roots and giving back to kids.
His latest project with the Fred Jordan Missions, which helps to aid underprivileged members of society, took him back to his first job ever.
"I started my career at Foot Locker when I was only 15 years old," the E! host said. "And I love what Foot Locker does in the community to give back."
Foot Locker volunteers and Foot Locker are joining forces to put together 4,000 pairs of shoes and socks to give away to kids so they can return to school "the right way."
According to their website, Fred Jordan Missions helps people "on the streets of inner city Los Angeles and throughout the world to help share God's love by providing nourishing food, warm clothing, blankets and other vital services to people in need."
But before they get to work, Terrence needs his stripes.
"I'm taking it back to my roots," he said as he put on his shirt. "I'm putting my stripes on, we're gonna cut this ribbon and we're gonna get some kids ready to go back to school."
Always the funnyguy, Terrence quipped, "I gotta see if I am still on the payroll somewhere."
Willie Jordan, the president of Fred Jordan Missions, gave Terrence a big hug and thanked him for his commitment to volunteer.
"Thank you so much," Terrence said.
To see more from Terrence's experience, tune into E! News Friday at 7 p.m and 11:30 p.m.