Kodak Black visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High on the anniversary of the mass shooting in Parkland.
A memorial to honour the 17 victims who died, was attended by Black who established a $100k scholarship in student Meadow Pollack's name . The scholarship fund is for students studying justice reform at the Nova Southeastern University Law School.
Kodak Black has been involved in a number of charitable activities, reaching out to the families of the FBI agents killed in the line of duty in Florida.
Black had his attorney, Bradford Cohen, send a letter to the FBI Miami Division offering to pay college tuition for the children of the 2 agents shot in Sunrise.
Cohen, who has a friend in the FBI's office told him special agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger each have minor children.
The agents were serving search warrants, when they were killed and 3 other agents were injured. Alfin is survived by a 3-year-old and Schwartzenberger is survived by a 4 and a 9-year-old.
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