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Chance the Rapper partners with Postmates to raise funds for Chicago’s youth


ABC/Randy HolmesChance the Rapper has partnered with Postmates in an effort to help the youth of Chicago. 

Tuesday, the Coloring Book rapper announced his new venture with the delivery service, which will raise funds for Chance’s SocialWorks charity. 

According to a statement on the Postmates site, from Jan. 29 through Feb. 1, for every order placed through the app to one of Chance’s favorite Chi-town eateries, Postmates will donate $1 to his non-profit. 

The “No Problem” lyricist also took to social media to share the impactful initiative.

“I hand picked some of my favorite restaurants in Chicago and teamed up with @Postmates to raise money for @SocialWorks_chi,” Chance captioned a video post on his Instagram. 

“We will donate $1 to empowering the youth of Chicago,” he added before rattling off his list of favorite restaurants in his beloved city.  They include Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza, Harold’s Chicken, Nando’s Peri Peri and LiqrBox.

Through his SocialWorks organization, Chance has created safe spaces for the youth of Chicago. Most notably, his recurring program “OpenMike” has provided a platform for local acts to showcase their talents.

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