Houston, TX

Megan Thee Stallion rang in her 27th birthday on Tuesday (February 15) by announcing a new foundation she’s spearheading to help support low-income families in her hometown of Houston. The Texas rapper announced the Pete & Thomas Foundation – named after her late parents – in an Instagram post on Tuesday (February 15).

In celebration of my birthday, I’m honored to introduce the Pete and Thomas Foundation,” Meg wrote in the caption. “@PeteThomasFDN is a non-profit organization focused on uplifting and assisting women, children, senior citizens and underserved communities in Houston, Texas and across the world. My parents raised me to help others and give back, and I’m incredibly proud to launch this foundation in their memory.”
HipHopDX | Rap & Hip Hop News | Ad Placeholder


In the video, family photos flood the screen as an old interview with the “Thot Shit” rapper can be heard playing in the background. Meg speaks on how important it is to help people and presumably speaks on how the idea of the Pete & Thomas Foundation came together.

As the video shows, the new organization will focus on education, housing, health and wellness issues in the Houston area. The foundation will combat housing issues for senior citizens, single mothers and other low-income families. It will also provide scholarships, school supplies and educational resources to the children within these communities.

Megan Thee Stallion has been giving back to her community for years now. In December 2021, she was awarded the 18th Congressional District Humanitarian Award in Houston, a prestigious award given to those who have made incredible humanitarian impacts within their community.

“I’m so honored,” she said in her acceptance speech. “It’s my responsibility to take care of the city that took care of me. My grandma always taught me to be kind and giving. I learned that from her. I was raised by very giving women. So, I want to dedicate this award to my grandma because she taught me to be the woman I am today.”