Philadelphia native and philanthropist Meek Mill came back this September to donate more school supplies to his alma mater, James G. Blaine Elementary School in North Philadelphia. The school has a special place in his heart as he attended the school as a child under the legal name of Robert Rihmeek Williams. It's obvious that he loved it so much that he keeps on coming back to donate more. Last August 2018, Mill also gave school supplies there along with 11 more schools in Philly. At that time, he donated over 6,000 backpacks and a large number of school supplies to match.

This year, Meek Mill donated 500 backpack's and a year's worth of school supplies for 30 classrooms at James G. Blaine Elementary School. The outreach program was a spontaneous visit that happened on September 13. The extravagant gifts don't stop there, the school will also receive funding for students to receive free or discounted lunch. This allows about 98.5 percent of students to spend less on their food to ease their financial burden.

In addition to that, he is funding a renovation of a basketball court in East Fairmount Park. This is in a partnership with Puma, Rock Nation, and the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department. The 32-year-old rapper's passion for his philanthropic efforts focusing on education is astounding. In an interview with Billboard, Meek Mill said that this is his way of giving back to his hometown and that these donations aim to help the struggling families there.

His efforts are appreciated by the locals, not only his works of philanthropy but also his criminal justice reform work. So much that the local City Council declared a Meek Mill Weekend to honor his works on justice reform. Now that's a feat not anyone can reach.