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Every Child USA is putting the Spotlight on Big Kidz Foundation


The Big Kidz Foundation is the philanthropic vision of

Outkast member Antwan "Big Boi" Patton

to take education and knowledge to another dimension.


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Text Big Kidz to 85944 to donate just $10;

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International Recording Artist Big Boi and children from the Big Kidz Foundation


The vision of Big Kidz Foundation is to positively affect literacy, mathematics, public speaking, and artistic inclination through use of humanities. The mission of the Foundation is to nurture the intellect of youth by providing them with culturally diverse experiences, in the field of humanities, which will expand their leadership abilities and create social-conscious individuals.

EverychildUSA believes in the vision and mission of Big Kidz Foundation. We applaud the foundation’s successes and the young lives they have reached thus far. EveryChildUSA wants to encourage everyone who care about America’s children to join Big Kidz Foundation and help create opportunities for young people that will expand their experiences through cultural exposure, musical and literary expression and travel experiences.

"It is my hope that the children in these underserved communities officially become part of this national conversation that we have been left out of for years".  "The efforts within this program will not only stress education, but will stress exposure to culture,"
Big Boi

Antwan "Big Boi" Patton, Founder, CEO of The Big Kidz Foundation is an American rapper, song-writer, record producer, and one half of the Grammy Award winning hip hop duo Outkast.  Big Boi was born and spent the first half of his childhood in Savannah, attending School before moving to Atlanta with his Aunt Renee to pursue his interest in music at Tri-Cities High School, a Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School. He had a strong interest in hip hop music, and met André "3000" Benjamin while attending Tri Cities High School in the early-1990s. The two eventually joined forces as Outkast and signed with LaFace Records.

The Big Kidz Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing socially conscious youth.

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