DETROIT, MI - Eminem and his Marshall Mathers Foundation have issued a challenge to fans who want to give back to the rapper's home state of Michigan this holiday season.
The rapper, who grew up in Warren and Detroit and lives in Rochester Hills, will match all donations up to $100,000 given to Wolverine Human Services, a charity that has the mission of "helping children to be victors."
Wolverine Human Services, as of 8:30 a.m. Monday, had received $1,385 in its online fundraising campaign that's expected to be matched by Eminem and The Marshall Mathers Foundation.
The deadline to make a donation and have it matched by Eminem is 11:59 p.m. Tuesday.
Wolverine Human Services has offices in Saginaw, Vassar, Flint, Warren, Detroit and Taylor.
Marshall Mathers Foundation has agreed to match all donations up to $100,000 to Wolverine Human Services on December 3rd #GivingTuesday.
We've created a "Pre #GivingTuesday Campaign" to get the money flowing! Our goal is to raise at least 50k before December 3rd. Remember, Marshall Mathers Foundation will match all #givingtuesday donations! So, we need your help today!
My charitable king tbh!