Meek Mill is officially “The Give-Back King.” After a whirlwind of activity giving to kids and families in need over the past year, the Philly rapper has teamed up with Kevin Hart and Philadelphia 76rs associate Michael Rubin to drop a $15M donation on Philadelphia scholars in need.
Meek Mill Donate $15 Million To Philadelphia Schools
It seems Meek Mill’s lots of friends in high places with dollars to drop on communities in need. The Philly rap-philanthropist has teamed up with megastar Kevin Hart and Philadelphia 76rs associate Michael Rubin to give $15 Million to 110 Philadelphia schools to serve scholars from low-income families.
The massive donation will assist thousands of students from underserved families for the 2022-2023 academic year across schools around the Philadelphia area. The money will be spread out to parochial and private schools for underprivileged children to attend these schools.
This marks the latest development in Mill and Rubin’s ongoing commitment to give back to communities in need.
Previously, the rapper and 76ers partner created a $2M scholarship fund in 2020 to support underprivileged students from pre-K through high school in Philadelphia, providing youth with critical resources during the pandemic.
Meek Mill Shares Kids Holiday Cheer
Just recently, Meek Mill spread holiday cheer to children with incarcerated parents in New York.
Meek Mill joined the kids on a special Brooklyn Fanatics shopping spree where the kids were able to cop new Fanatics gear. The spree was followed by a 40/40 Club private dinner and suite access to the game against the Orlando Magic. Nets player Blake Griffin and rap artist Cordae were also there for the fun.
Meek Dealing With Depression
Despite his good deeds, Meek Mill has shared he often battles depression and how social media contributes to it. Meek has shared about how the craziness on social media affects his mental health.He recently came back from a social media hiatus to take in some sun and rays after the massive rollout of his ‘Expensive Pain’ release.