50 Cent and The Game bring to life their commitment to education by donating $200,000 to the Compton Unified School District's Education Foundation
Amid their popularity in music world, 50 Cent and The Game are still concern about education in the community, at least in their homeland. Both of them have brought to life their commitment to education by donating a total of $200,000 to the Compton Unified School District's Education Foundation on the West Coast. 50 Cent, who donated a $100,000 through its G-Unity Foundation, and The Game who donated $100,000 from Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, and his own Black Wall Street Organization, hope the donation can help bring back music and arts education programs lost years ago as a result of state budget cuts.
To note, both musicians had previously appeared together in early March to donate money to the Boys Choir of Harlem. Moreover, 50 cent recently also established the G-Unity Foundation to help community members overcome obstacles and make positive changes in their lives.