Chance the Rapper's non-profit organization, SocialWorks gets a huge donation from Google
Chance the Rapper suprises a fifth-grade class at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Paideia Community Academy and announces a $1.5 million donation from Google. This fifth-grade coding class did not expect an appearance from the Grammy-award winning Chance the Rapper, but Chance took the opportunity to announce an even bigger suprise.
He has received a $1.5 million grant from Google to aid in his efforts to support Chicago Public Schools. The $1.5 million donation will be divided up, with $1 million going to the non-profit organization, SocialWorks, and $500,000 going to CPS to support computer science education.
Huge shoutout to @chancetherapper and all the incredible students we met in South Shore! Y'all have bright futures ahead. ? Excited to see what you create ???? https://t.co/un8o7NnYhCpic.twitter.com/ab3KLTmQA5— Google Students (@googlestudents) December 7, 2017