Jeezy gives back. Recently, the rapper and his Street Dreamz Foundation donated a bunch of iPads to Pulaski Elementary School, located in Jeezy's native Hawkinsville, Ga.

The iPad giveaway came about when the Peach State stalwart and Street Dreamz's executive director, Katrina Johnson, visited Pulaski Elementary to launch the rapper's first-ever technology initiative. After Johnson explained the reason for the giveaway, the Snowman popped up and surprised the students before handing out gift-wrapped iPads. He donated the iPads to five different kindergarten classes, and in another note, he made time to speak to all five classes individually.

“It does not matter where you are from or how small your town is…anything is possible if you dream and believe. The sky is the limit,” said Jeezy, who began production on a documentary based on his life back in August.

Jeezy is now just about nine months removed from dropping off his Pressure album, and it's clear that he's kept busy since that time.  One day after his gifting iPads to lucky students, Jeezy and his Street Dreamz Foundation donated to the Atlanta Track Club's “Kilometer Kids” program and to Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' Youth Scholarship Program. In other words, Jeezy's been putting in some work on the philanthropic end. Salute.

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