Chance The Rapper Raises Another $1 Million For Chicago Public Schools

blame it on Meka November 20, 2017

Chano is a man of his word.

Fresh from his appearance on Saturday Night Live, Chance The Rapper returned home to Chicago to present a very special gift to his city’s public school system.

Surprising students of Michele Clark High School, a public 4–year magnet middle and high school on the west side of Chicago, Chance hosted an assembly where he revealed that local supermarket chain Jewel-Osco has committed a one million dollar donation to his New Chance: Arts & Literature Fund through his Social Works organization. The donation will benefit all Chicago Public School (CPS) students.

Since pledging $1 million back in March Chance’s non-profit Social Works has raised over $3 million dollars in 2017, all of which has gone toward CPS and its students.