In its official page, Kids in Need Foundation said they want to offer a little help to the families in Flint, Michigan. In particular, the foundation aims to send every child in the Flint public school system back to school with new supplies.
According to the foundation, $25 is enough to provide a child with school supplies for the year. Payment types include credit card, eCheck, debit card and PayPal.
Eminem also has a foundation named the Marshall Mathers Foundation. Established to aid disadvantaged youth, the foundation works alongside a charity founded by Detroit attorney Norman Yatooma.
On Aug. 16, Eminem was in Detroit, Michigan, particularly at Joe Louis Arena. He was a surprise guest at the “Summer Sixteen Tour” concert of his “Forever” collaborator Drake.
On stage, Drake introduced Eminem to the audience as the greatest rapper to ever get on a microphone. The Detroit rapper also encouraged the audience in his hometown to make some noise for the Canadian rapper before they performed their collaboration song “Forever.”
“Detroit, I love you,” Detroit Free Press quoted Eminem as saying during the concert. “I’m out.”
Before Eminem and Drake’s onstage meetup in Detroit, the two were rumored to be in a feud. This was because of the beef between Drake and Joe Budden, who is Eminem’s fellow Slaughterhouse member and is part of the Shady Records stable.