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(A Lot) Of Philanthropy: 21 Savage Launches Free Online Financial Literacy Program For Youth, Donates $25K

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21 Savage is once again putting the youth first with “A Lot” of philanthropy. The ATL rapper recently announced that his award-winning BANK ACCOUNT program that’s in its third year has expounded thanks to the rapper’s dedication to finding a solution for kids K-12 and their families to have access to financial literacy for free at home amid the COVID-19 crisis.

With that in mind, 21 Savage and his foundation, Leading by Example, are making a $25,000 donation to the City of Atlanta’s #ATLStrong COVID-19 relief fund, established by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, and launching the Bank Account At Home—a free online financial literacy resource through a partnership with leading mobile banking services provider Chime, financial literacy nonprofit Juma and education technology platform, EVERFI.

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The financial literacy program seeks to educate young people on managing and earning money. That’s not all, however, Savage is offering free wifi and tablets to kids in Atlanta’s ZONE 6 neighborhood. His students will be able to use these tools to access the free Bank Account At Home program online.

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I’m making financial literacy available to kids and families across the country this summer with #BankAccount At Home- a free online program to give you the tools you need to learn to save and make money. @chime @everfi @keishabottoms

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21’s far from a stranger to good deeds, he holds his annual “Issa Back To School Drive” every fall and for the Thanksgiving holiday, he fed 300 families.

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We love to see it.

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For more on 21 Savage’s free financial literacy program visit Chime.


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