” You don’t have to be in the best circumstance or come from the ideal background to reach for your dreams. Despite this Covid-19 pandemic, I encourage all dreamers to continue to dream huge,” the Atlanta-based rap artist stated in a press declaration.
To use for the scholarship, high school graduates must send a personal video explaining how the unique coronavirus pandemic personally affected their lives.
Future (genuine name Nayvadius Wilburn) co-founded the FreeWishes Foundation with his mom Stephanie Jester and sis Tia Wilburn-Anderson to make an impact on lives young and old within the metro Atlanta area by making their dreams become a reality. The Grammy acclaimed artist awarded the FreeWishes College Scholarship, 2 tickets to his Legendary Nights Tour with co-headliner Meek Mill, and an exclusive “I’m A Dreamer” sweatshirt last summertime to a fan at each stop.
” We acknowledge that lots of households have been economically impacted by COVID-19 As we quickly forward into this brand-new environment we would like to continue to make dreams come true and wishes come to life,” Jester stated in the statement.
However that’s not the “Mask Off” rap artist’s only contribution to fighting coronavirus’ bleak impacts. His FreeWishes Foundation skillfully spearheaded the “Mask On” campaign based on his No. 5 Hot 100 hit by collaborating with local stitching business Atlanta Sewing Design to make and distribute more than 100,000 masks to hospitals, relief centers, and other facilities, according to Complex
Interested incoming college students can find out more about the “I’m Still a Dreamer” Georgia COVID-19 scholarship here