Chance the Rapper is known for his aims to empower the youth people. He has donated about $1 million to support the education system
Chance the Rapper is a US-born rapper and philanthropist best known for his second mixtape, Acid Rap. The 24-years-old Chance is widely recognized for his aims to empower the youth people through arts and education.
In 2017, the three-time Grammy winner donated about $1 million to support the education system in Chicago Public System. He named the donation a ‘call to action’. Praising his donation act, the former first lady Michelle Obama twitted calling him an ‘example of the power of art education’.
In a news conference held at Westcott Elementary School, he said, ‘I’m honored to make this donation to Chicago Public Schools Foundation and help cultivate Chicago creative minds,” he then added, “I’m committed to helping Chicago’s children have quality learning experiences that include the arts.”