Snoop Dogg Donates $35K to Colin Kaepernick's 'Million Dollar Pledge'

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Snoop Dogg performs onstage at SU Magazine's 17th Anniversary Celebration on Aug. 12, 2017 in Hollywood, Calif. 

Colin Kaepernick’s “Million Dollar Pledge” is inching closer and closer to its goal. Thanks to Snoop Dogg, $35,000 has been donated to Mothers Against Police Brutality in Dallas, TX.

“#10for10 @snoopdogg donated MORE MONEY 2 my #MillionDollarPledge!” wrote Kaep on Twitter Monday (Jan. 22). “He loves the work Mothers Against Police Brutality is doing so much,he donated another $15k. Now they’re getting a total of $35k! Thank you Snoop 4 recognizing the good work they do!”

Kaep’s 2016 campaign called on citizens to help donate to organizations aimed at societal change. Over that time frame, they’ve donated to over 40 different organizations. With the goal getting closer, Kaep is kicking it into gear. On Jan. 17, the NFL free agent announced that he and 10 friends would be donating the last $100,000 over the next 10 days, which he helmed the #10for10 campaign.

“It’s important to identify people doing good work in the community to help break the cycle and the systemic oppression that we are facing everyday,” he wrote on Twitter. As of press time, the total amount of donations stands at $940,000.

This article originally appeared in Vibe.