Stix’s Think Watts Foundation fights financial illiteracy & homeless in his home | REVOLT BLACK NEWS

Watts is one of the most underserved communities in the city of Los Angeles, California; yet the most visible in west coast entertainment. Rapper, producer and entrepreneur Stix knows more than anyone that its residents need assistance. So, he stepped up and is doing what needs to be done.

Through his Think Watts Foundation, the hometown hero is giving back to his hood one charitable jester at a time. His non profit focuses on financial literacy and homeless outreach, as well as teaches entrepreneurship, performs job training and more. It also has a free sports program for Watts youth.

His philanthropic actions have resulted in Stix feeding over 40,000 families — and counting — and helping small businesses successfully set up their LLCs. His foundation has even helped teenagers set up their first stock accounts and start trading stocks. Power moves!

#LosAngeles #Charity #Homelessness
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