French Montana continues to add to his list of humanitarian efforts. According to TMZ, the Moroccan-born rapper is funding a brand new preschool in his home country.

Montana will be aiding the Sabae School of Fida-Mers Sultan district by fully funding two different classrooms. He will also be providing supplies and maintaining the classrooms in the future. For those who don't know, the "No Stylist" rapper was originally born in Morocco before immigrating to America with his family at the age of 13.

This is not French's first philanthropic effort either. In fact, the rapper has made a habit of it in recent years. Earlier this month, he announced he would be joining the Mass Bailout movement—an effort to free jailed women and children who cannot afford to post bail. 

Other work by Montana includes funding the Suubi "Hope" Health Center maternal hospital in Uganda with proceeds from his "Famous" remix with Adam Levine and providing resources to help undocumented immigrants go to college as part of the "We Are the Dream" campaign, to name a few. He was even named rap’s first Global Citizen Ambassador for his charitable efforts in Uganda earlier this year.