Houston, TX – Travis Scott is placing his cash to good use. The Houston Chronicle reviews Scott has donated $100,000 to Workshop Houston, an after-school program that operates in his hometown.

The “Sicko Mode” creator reportedly grew to become conscious of the group after the nonprofit participated in his Astroworld Festival in 2018. Scott determined to donate the cash after studying about Workshop Houston’s arts and education schemes.

Workshop Houston offers native youngsters a possibility to get into music manufacturing, dance, theatre, vogue and graphic design. It additionally offers tutoring and educational enrichment.

The group plans to make use of Scott’s donation to fund endeavors reminiscent of a design program for college students who will recreate the Milly robe worn by former first girl Michelle Obama in her official White House portrait. According to the Chronicle, Workshop Houston may also be staging a drone racing competitors in May.

For extra info on Workshop Houston, take a look at the organization’s official site. Donations to the nonprofit program will be made here.

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