Travis Scott just gifted his daughter, Stormi Webster, with a really expensive KAWS chair and now the Houston-born rapper has gifted hundreds of other children in his home town with an even better present. According to The Houston Chronicle, Travis has donated $100,000 to Workshop Houston, a nonprofit and after-school program in the Third Ward.
Workshop Houston participated in Travis' Astroworld festival where he learned about the education programs for students, prompting the donation. According to the official website, Workshop Houston is a space that "uses a hands-on, arts-based educational philosophy to respond to the needs of our community, we have served thousands of youth through after school and summer programs that help students to build technical skills, develop a meaningful creative practice, and gain academic confidence."
This isn't the first time Travis has been so generous. He's previously designed shirts for a graduating class and even gave out $100,000 to fans on Twitter. His efforts have not gone unnoticed since he received the keys to Missouri City last year.
"All I ever wanted to do was go outside of the city and put on for the city as much as I can," Travis said at the ceremony. "This place right here gave me all my ideas...I owe everything to this city."