Kanye West (or just 'Ye' to you and I) is said to be working on a plan to help homeless people in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, the rapper has teamed up with philanthropic organisations in a bid to help those most in need. It’s said that Ye recently sat down with Reverend Troy Vaughn, CEO of homeless charity LA Mission, to outline four ways the music star can help.
In addition to partnering with charities, he’s hoping to use his own companies to provide education, jobs, and housing to those in need.
The star plans to use his platform and 'Sunday Service' series to highlight the issue, as well as to uplift the homeless community.
Finally, he wants to team up with other groups and combine their efforts to advocate for homeless people. Through the work, West is aiming to fully eradicate the homelessness crisis.
Ye is already putting his money where his mouth is, quite literally. Last week the singer gave 1000 meals to LA Mission, whose aim is to “break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, by stabilizing people in a safe and spiritual environment, connecting them to solutions and walking with them on their journey.”
This isn't Ye's first dive into philanthropy. Back in 2019, Ye created prototypes for an ambitious housing project to ease homelessness in LA. Unfortunately, though, the dome structures were torn down after it was alleged that he didn’t have the proper permits.
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