Rapper Big Sean has donated $25,000 (GBP18,000) to help fight student homelessness in his home state of Michigan.
The Clique star launched the Sean Anderson Foundation in 2012 to help young children in his native Detroit. Through the foundation, Sean has donated funds to various causes including those aiding Flint, Michigan's water crisis. He also helped build a recording studio at his alma mater, Cass Technical High School, and now he is focusing on homelessness.
According to DailyDetroit.com, the 28-year-old has donated the funds to help establish an endowment for Wayne State University's Helping Individuals Go Higher (HIGH) Program.
"We see the HIGH Program as an important component of ensuring success at Wayne State, and we are proud to help strengthen its mission," Sean's mother Myra Anderson, who is president of the foundation, says. "We aim to boost graduation rates at the university by providing support to students facing hardship."