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Mac Miller Fund Grants $100,000 to Music Program for Pittsburgh Teens


Concerning the donation for the Homewood-Brushton YMCA, the ‘Self Care’ rapper’s household explains they may proceed to do his work in making the world a kinder place.

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The Mac Miller Circles Fund has donated $100,000 (£74,571) to a Pittsburgh-based music program for youngsters.

The donation will likely be given to the Homewood-Brushton YMCA within the late rapper’s hometown, serving to fund its partnership with the nonprofit Tuff Sound Apprenticeship Program – which trains younger adults on changing into sound engineers.

In an announcement asserting the donation, Miller’s household stated, “He cared very a lot about working to make the world a kinder place and we’ll proceed to do exactly that.”

The fund was created final 12 months and has raised practically $1 million (£745,705) within the “Self Care” star’s honor. It goals to assist finance artwork packages for younger individuals in underserved communities, and supply help for younger artists fighting addition.

Miller, who dated Ariana Grande earlier than his passing, died from an unintentional drug overdose in September 2018, aged 26.

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