Chancelor “Chance the Rapper” Bennett has more Grammys than records sold. He is not only an innovative and talented artist, he is a humanitarian who priorities philanthropy. At just 25 years old, the Chatham native has made it his business to use his ever-growing popularity to give back to his hometown of Chicago, especially the youth who look up to him. Whether it’s hosting monthly, high school, OpenMikes, raising over $110,000 to bring sleeping bag coats to Chicago’s homeless, facilitating and providing a summer day camps, partnering with the NAACP to provide voter registration across the country, leading thousands to the polls through civic engagement initiatives, or pledging one million dollars to his local school district, Chance makes it a priority to help in any way can. Chancelor’s commitment to a more equitable Chicago is both remarkable and inspiring. Through his non-profit, SocialWorks, Chance will continue to use his platform to spark change and give back to the youth, not only in the city of Chicago, but around the world.