Philantropy: 21 Savage Launches Free Online Financial Literacy Program For Youth With $25,000

by Duke Magazine

American rapper, Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, popularly called 21 Savage, is furthering his remarkable stance of philantropy towards the youth.

 The ATL rapper has recently announced that his award-winning Bank Account program that’s in its third year has really grown, courtesy of the rapper’s dedication to preferring 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 championing foundation 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.

The financial literacy program is aim at educating young people on how to manage and earn 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.

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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