French Montana has steadily been building a reputation for himself as one of hip-hop's most generous artists for quite some time now.
According to TMZ, the Moroccan-born rapper is once again taking his philanthropic efforts to his home country. This time, French will be funding a new preschool to help provide the youth with access to education.
As reported, French will be aiding two different classrooms in the Sabae School of Fida-Mers Sultan. In addition, he also will be providing supplies and helping maintain the classrooms as time goes on.
Just last month, keeping in the same humanitarian vein, French participated in the Mass Bailout movement, which is dedicated to helping pay bail for incarcerated women and children who cannot afford to do so themselves.
On top of that, the "Unforgettable" rapper also has funded the Suubi "Hope" Health Center maternal hospital in Uganda. He teamed up with Sean "Diddy" Combs, Ciroc, The Weeknd and others to help raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the cause and was able to build a three-story hospital specifically to help care for women and children in need. As a result of his work in Uganda, he was named rap's first-ever Global Citizen Ambassador.
He also recently donated proceeds from his "Famous" remix with Adam Levine to the "We Are the Dream" campaign, which helps undocumented immigrants go to college.
Although he has built a solid name for himself in the music business as a rapper and entertainer, the ever-humble French has often referred to his charitable efforts as the "biggest accomplishments" in his career.