January 13, 2019

Travis Scott Donates $100K To A Houston After School Program 

Travis Scott Donates $100K To A Houston After School Program 

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Philanthropy mode!

Travis Scott is giving back in a major way! The “Sicko Mode” rapper donated $100,000 to a non-profit after-school program called Workshop Houston. Their mission is to provide the youth with creative, technical and educational resources. Their vision evolves around “creating a community that provides youth with support, expanded opportunities and alternative definitions of success.”

Reported on HypeBeast, Travis wanted to make the contribution after learning about Workshop Houston’s arts and education programs. The money will keep the program running as well as continue to “provide opportunities to children who have a love for music, dance, theater, and fashion.”

Travis Scott’s generosity will also help fund more programming that will allow art students to recreate Michelle Obama’s Milly gown in her official White House portrait. In addition, the non-profit organization will also host a drone racing competition in May at a space center in Houston.

People who would like to help can also donate or volunteer. Check out the impact you’d be making in young people’s lives.

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Every day we work to discover something new about the world and find a way to become better students and citizens. Help us continue in 2019! Any donation you make to Workshop Houston between now and December 25th will be matched (*up to $2,500) by members of the Workshop Houston Board of Directors. Link in bio!

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Our Board sees the importance of empowering underserved teens in Houston’s Third Ward to be creative and independent by providing access to innovative, project-based learning in a safe, inclusive community. Until Christmas, give a gift to Workshop Houston and your gift will be matched (up to $2,500)! This match is generously made possible by members of the Workshop Houston Board of Directors. Link in Bio!

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