Travis Scott donates $100,000 to support teen artists, performers in Third Ward 

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What you may not know about Travis Scott is how generous he is.

The Houston-born rapper recently donated $100,000 Workshop Houston, an after-school program for middle and high school students in the Third Ward.

The program focuses on hands-on creative art— including everything from music, dance, fashion and other forms.

Workshop Houston was one of several non-profit organizations that participated in Scott's Astroworld Festival in November of last year.

Scott learned about the free after-school program through the festival, which resulted in his generous donation.

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