Ever since he hit it big, Travis Scott has always worked hard to give back to his local community in Houston. He has done it again, as Scott just donated $100,000 to the Workshop Houston organization.
Workshop Houston is a non-profit, after-school program in the Third Ward of the city. This also isn't the first time that Scott has worked with Workshop Houston, as the organization was also part of his Astroworld Festival in 2018. This included a number of non-profits in the area.
For those unaware, Scott named his last album Astroworld in honor of the former amusement park in Houston that was shut down and replaced with a real estate project. Scott has spoken out about this, as he said it was an important part of his childhood and now kids won't have anything like that in Houston to enjoy in the future.
Scott's donations continue his work to help kids in need. According to Workshop Houston, part of the $100,000 donation will go to programs involving local kids including a drone racing competition to take place at Space Center Houston.
These are meant to help kids grow to love and move into very important careers that they might not otherwise have a chance to discover.