The past three months have been quite a disaster for the entire mankind due to COVID-19. Many people lost their lives to the deadly virus. Global pandemic also led many folks to lose their jobs. Survival during these tough times has been a big struggle for many across the globe. Grammy award-winning rapper 21 Savage has pledged to lend a supporting hand to underprivileged kids across the US by providing education amid lockdown.
21 Savage’s new initiative will be an expansion of his Bank Account Financial Literacy Program will offer free online financial literacy for children as well as for their families. The noble initiative will be in partnership with Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
21 Savage took to his Instagram to announce the noble initiative, as he wrote, “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”
The rapper who shares over 11 Million followers on Instagram also announced the initiative via video.
21 savage in the video said, “I started my Bank Account financial literacy program in 2018 to help the youth with money management. Now that times are hard as ever during this pandemic and so many families are affected across the country, I feel it’s more important than ever to give our next generation of leaders the tools to succeed in life.”
As per a report from xxlmag.com, 21 Savage will also be providing free Wi-Fi and tablets to kids in the Zone 6 section of Atlanta amid the coronavirus pandemic. The rapper is also donating $25,000 to Atlanta’s #ATLStrong COVID-19 relief fund, established by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms.