Danielle Bregoli, 19, founded the Bhad Scholarship Award in cooperation with Educapital Foundation, which focuses on trade school education for underprivileged, impoverished kids.
The plan will give $1.7 million to 1,000 students in technical and trade institutions and those seeking entrepreneurship or further study.
Bhad Scholarship winners will receive $1,000 for education, and 50 graduates will get $10,000 to start enterprises.
The Florida artist will also "handpick graduates" for "full-ride scholarships from a $200,000 fund," according to a news statement.
The program supports "in-demand skills such pharmacy technician, cosmetology, cannabis business, cyber security, e-commerce," and others.
We didn't want to merely give out tuition dollars, but also startup funding to grads. "I'm excited to watch what these young hustlers do" she said.
Bregoli stated, "I know a lot of kids who desire genuine employment and work hard but don't have the money. I thought it was an amazing idea.”
She also told the outlet that if her life had gone in a different direction, she would have liked to be a nail technician. This is something she wants to honor as an owner.
"I'd like to start more businesses. I'd like to have my own nail salon. "I'd like it to become a franchise so that they can be sold in many different places," she said.
Bhabie has been acting like a business tycoon for a while now. After four years with Atlantic, she started the independent record label Bhad Music almost a year ago.
In April, she bought a $6.1 million, 9,200-square-foot estate in her native state and boasted about making $50 million on OnlyFans.