Metro Boomin Gives $100,000 to Support Women-Focused Nonprofits in St. Louis as a Tribute to His Mother

Metro Boomin is making a generous contribution to his hometown of St. Louis, MO. In honor of his late mother’s legacy, he has pledged to donate $100,000 to five nonprofits that focus on empowering women. This initiative reflects his commitment to giving back to the community that raised him.

“In a statement, Metro expressed how she personally witnessed the immense effort required to be a single mother. She acknowledged her own mother as her inspiration and hero, and emphasized the significance of giving back. Metro recognized the unwavering strength and commitment demonstrated by the women supported by these organizations.”

The producer has teamed up with Rung for Women to distribute $20,000 individual checks to organizations such as Almost Home, Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation, the Haven of Grace, the Little Bit Foundation, and Parents as Teachers. These grants aim to support women in overcoming various challenges, including reducing debt and covering expenses like utilities, childcare, and rent.

Metro increased the funds that were donated during the Leslie Joanne Soirée holiday event held at Rung in collaboration with Amazon Access in December. Rung for Women, an organization dedicated to empowering and motivating women to achieve economic success, currently serves as the fiduciary agent for Metro as he prepares to establish his own independent nonprofit foundation.

“We are thrilled to join forces with Metro Boomin in his efforts to support single mothers in St. Louis,” stated Leslie Gill, President of Rung. “His unwavering love for his mother has inspired him to make a difference, and he is truly dedicated to empowering women and strengthening our community.”

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Metro has not only been involved in philanthropic endeavors but has also released two collaborative albums with Future. The first album, “We Don’t Trust You,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in March, while its follow-up, “We Still Don’t Trust You,” achieved the same feat in April.

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