Big Sean's presence and aid throughout the water crisis in Flint, Michigan has been well-documented.

The Detroit-bred emcee certainly seems to hold the tragedy close to heart and has been one of many public faces to lend a helping hand to his neighbors in Flint.

We previously saw Sean's help come in the form of a $10,000 donation to the Heal Flint Kids project, but he isn't quite done yet as he recently joined Green For All's #FixThePipes campaign.

The state of Michigan recently reached a settlement with the federal government in an effort to combat the contaminated and deadly water in the city, however due to the lagging nature of implementation, we've seen a rise in organizations working to bring about change to Flint now.

Green For All is one of those organizations as the #FixThePipes campaign has an objective of raising $500,000 to bring about immediate change to the city of Flint, estimating that it will take about $10,000 to fix the pipes in just one home.

“It’s been three years since Flint’s poisoning, and city residents are still years away from getting needed relief. That’s why we launched #FixThePipes – to help Flint families get the help they need now,” says Vien Truong, director of Green For All. “Every dollar we collect brings Flint families one step closer to clean bathing and drinking water.”

Other figures such as Common and Russell Simmons have previously pledged their support to #FixThePipes.