Swizz Beatz Helps Raise $1.5 Million In The Bronx

Added: 07 June 2012 | Read 233 times

Producer Swizz Beatz helped raise millions of dollars Monday night (June 3) at a fundraiser sponsored by Samsung.

Swizz attended the #Hope4Children Gala, which took place at the American Museum of Natural History, which is located in New York.

The #Hope4Children raised over $1.5 million, according to the Huffington Post.

“First and foremost, I’m from the Bronx,” said Swizz, who supports the Bronx Charter School for the Arts. “When I went there [the school], I got so inspired their talent, their energy.”

Students from the Bronx Charter School for the Arts also created the artwork at the #Hope4Children gala.

Check out some video of the event below:

 


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