Travis Scott Donates $100,000 to Houston Nonprofit After-School Program

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Travis Scott performs during his "Astroworld" tour at ORACLE Arena on Dec. 16, 2018 in Oakland, Calif. 

Following a banner 2018, Travis Scott has decided to give back to the Houston community in a large way. According to the Houston Chronicle, the 26-year-old donated $100,000 to Workshop Houston, a nonprofit after-school program in the city's Third Ward.

Workshop Houston already aligned itself with Scott's brand when they became involved with his Astroworld Festival alongside numerous other nonprofits back in November. The report goes on to say that the donation will help provide resources to design students looking to re-create Michelle Obama's famed Milly gown from her official first lady portrait. There will also be a drone-racing competition held at Houston's Space Center courtesy of Scott's generosity scheduled for May 17.

The Astroworld rapper always keeps an open ear when it comes to holding down the youth. Scott previously delivered on his promise to design special Astroworld-themed senior class shirts for Eisenhower High School in Houston, after they asked him for permission to use several of his trademarked logos emblazoned across their school merchandise.

Travis Scott hits the road once again for the second leg of his riotous Astroworld Tour on Jan. 25.