Chance the Rapper helps Chicago through SocialWorks
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Chance the Rapper’s non-profit organization, SocialWorks, has created a resource list, a web series titled “SWorkshops” and a space for high school students to create and network in response, #30DaysofOpenMike to help benefit Chicago’s communities.
This resource list includes support for students, parents, mental health, creatives and hospital workers. SocialWorks says “SWorkshops” is a web series that will fundraise for a graduation and prom celebration for students within the Chicagoland area. Viewers can find more information and stream on SocialWorks’ website. And #30DaysofOpenMike is a weekly challenge and way for high school students across the nation to stay creative while in quarantine. The non-profit says this six-week challenge with five different prompts will award $500 to participating students. The winner and new prompts for the week are announced every Sunday morning.