Travis Scott is launching Project HEAL, a multi-tier $5 million dollar fund.
$1 million will go to HBCU scholarships, as the Waymon Webster Scholarship Fund will allocate, manage and disperse the awards. Scott will assist at least 100 students averaging a 3.5 GPA or higher.
The rest of the funds is being divvied to provide free mental health programs for vulnerable kids, expanding his creative design program, and making sure music fans are safe at shows, through the U.S. Conference of Mayor's Task Force on Event Safety.
This is one of the first philanthropic initiatives Travis launched since Astroworld.
387 separate lawsuits were filed against Live Nation and Travis Scott over the Astroworld music festival.
Now, all of them are being combined into one massive case.
"We conclude that the cases arising out of the Incident are related, and we find that transfer of those case would result in more efficient pretrial of the related cases," the Texas Judicial Panel On Multidistrict Litigation wrote in its decision.
The case will take on 2,800 alleged victims, who accuse Live Nation and Scott of negligence in the handling of the giant music festival that left 10 dead and hundreds injured.
The lawsuits are seeking nearly $3 billion in damages.
A court date and Judge have yet to be selected.