Chance the Rapper’s charity gives kids night at Field Museum

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On Wednesday, Chance the Rapper’s SocialWorks – the rapper’s charity – gave kids a night at the Field Museum.

According to WGN, the Children’s Chicago Choir performed, lots of dancing and Chance the Rapper himself.

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SocialWorks gave back in a big way, giving away backpacks for all the children who attended, according to the news outlet.

Chance worked as a volunteer most of the night, reported WGN.

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Chance helped stuffed backpacks as well as worked to pass out the Bulls give-away to all the excited kids at the museum, according to the news oulet.

To learn more about his charity, click here.

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