French Montana gives back with an incredible impact of 100K donation to a health center in Uganda.
French Montana donated $100,000 to the Mama Hope Organization in May, and the resources are being put to great use. The organization posted a video on Instagram this week to show its appreciation to the Bronx rapper.
The video is one minute long, and is specifically addressed to French. Mama Hope’s founding director Nyla Rodgers conducted a tour in which she detailed the progress that has been made at the Suubi Health Center in Budondo, Uganda.
The video displays a fully-constructed building that will serve as the staff quarters for doctors, nurses and other health professionals and volunteers. Rodgers also showed construction on a building that will service approximately 300,000 people.
WOW !! I love hip hop and the platform it gave me. Things like this make all the blood sweat and tears worth it. I really had to stop talking and take action. Still amazed at the process! I can't take all the credit shout out to @mama_hope @glblctzn and my brother @theweeknd and the beautiful people of Uganda 🙏🙏
A message from our founder Nyla Rodgers, who's on the ground at the Suubi Health Center (@bicsuubi ) in Uganda to see all of the incredible progress being made thanks to @frenchmontana , @theweeknd and the #Unforgettable movement! Soon, the first floor of this clinic will be ready to expand services to 286,000 people in rural Uganda! Now, we need to raise $300k more to FINISH the 5-floor hospital – learn more + get involved at mamahope.org.
French gave a salute to The Weeknd, as the artist also donated $100,000 to the Suubi Health Center. The singer made his donation in June after being motivated by French’s initial act.
The Mama Hope Organization, founded in 2008, works to put an end to extreme poverty by working with and in communities in Africa and Central America to garner financial sustainability.