ATLANTA — Parents, If you have a college student who loves Atlanta rapper Future and they are ready to invest in their own futures, listen up!

Right now, the talented rapper is on his” Legendary Nights” tour but with a twist! In every city, he and his foundation are giving away a $2,000 ‘I’m A Dreamer Scholarship’ and pair of concert tickets to a fan who is currently enrolled in college!

In July, the Freewishes Foundation hosted a Senior Health and Fitness Day for over 700 seniors at the MLK Recreation Center.

Future along with his mother Stephanie Jester and sister Tia-Wilburn-Anderson, the Freewishes Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that aims to engage, encourage, and empower youth and senior citizens in marginalized communities to live abundantly full lives.

 Future, Kirkwood, GA a native, held a very deep bond with his grandmother and  always wanted to change the trajectory of other people's lives once he made it.

He has been able to keep his promise through his foundation the last seven years. 

Through their yearly initiatives,  Freewishes has been delivering a message of hope, perseverance and resilience to the community by lending financial and emotional support while making dreams come alive for the youth and for seniors.

Dreamers who would like to participate must follow the instructions below:

1. Follow the Freewishes Foundation's social media page @freewishesfoundation (IG)

2. Email your 500 word essay to info@freewishes.org and tell "How Receiving This Scholarship Would Be

 A Dream Come True"

3. Complete the above steps by noon the day before the Legendary Nights Tour stop in your city

4. Cross your fingers and DREAM big!

*In your email please include your name, Instagram handle, phone number, copy of active student id, name of college, and contact information for school financial aid office.

The winner will  be announced via email and text.

Deadline is 12noon the day before the actual show.

Must be an active college student in the same city.

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