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Solange is no stranger when it comes to giving back.

Last May, the artist and fashion icon transformed the Guggenheim Museum to showcase black excellence and sisterhood.

Before she hit the Coachella stage this past April with her sister, Beyoncé, Solange premiered her art project entitled, “Metatronia at UCLA’s Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California.

Now, Solange has just made a donation in order to allow 12 Houston high school students a chance to discover art by helping PRH, Project Row Houses.

The group is a non-profit organization that’s personal mission is to empower people and those in their community through art. Their current fundraising goal is to sponsor a trip to Washington, D.C.

Thanks to Solange, a group of students will now be able to take part in a special tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

In addition, the students will be able to visit other historical landmarks such as the National Portrait Gallery and the 11th Street Bridge Project.

Can we get a round of applause for Solange?!

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