French Montana is helping out his home city in a major way. The "Unforgettable" rapper is supporting the importance of education by funding preschool classrooms in Morocco.

As reported by TMZ  today (Oct. 31), French is working with the Sabae School of Fida-Mers Sultan district. His donation to the school will provide supplies and help with the up-keep of classrooms for the next few years. The matter hits close to home for French, who grew up in Morocco, and moved to the U.S. when he was 13 years old.

This isn't the first time that the rapper has shown his efforts to give back. In March, he raised $500,000 to Suubi "Hope" Health Center, which services 300,000 people in need. The project was initially intended to solely help pregnant women, but after receiving several donations, the Jungle Rules rhymer decided to expand the project.

In addition to his charitable efforts, French is also focused on the music. On Oct. 9, French released the visual for his track, "No Stylist," which features Drake. The Glenn Michael and Christo-directed music video shows the two rappers living life to the fullest while surrounded by models in a mansion.

"Fuck they talkin' about? Fat talk, runnin' laps/I'm not playing that shit," French raps.

Congrats to French Montana, who continuously makes efforts to make the world a better place.

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