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21 Savage financially helps children during quarantine



21 Savage decides to help kids as a direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Grammy-award winning rapper announced he is launching an expansion of his Juma Bank Account Financial Literacy program that offers financial resources nationwide.21 Savage previously donated  $25,000 donation to the City of Atlanta’s #ATLStrong Covid-19 relief fund ran by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’s  Bank Account At Home. This is a free online financial literacy resource through a partnership with mobile banking services provider Chime and education technology platform, EVERFI. 


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In partnership with Chime, 21 Savage is now making the program virtual which will give access to financial education during the pandemic. The program will also provide all of Atlanta’s Juma youth stipends for online training and support. 21 Savage and Chime will also provide tablets and WiFi to students in Atlanta’s Zone 6 neighborhood where he grew up who are in need of at-home educational materials.

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