Big Sean’s ‘Sean Anderson Foundation’ Donates $10,000 to Wayne State’s HIGH Program for Homeless Students


Big Sean has always been one to give back to his community. Together with his foundation Sean Anderson Foundation, he donated $10,000 to benefit Wayne State University HIGH (Helping Individuals Go Higher) Program. The funds directly impact and support Wayne State students who are experiencing homelessness and or are in precarious living situations.

Big Sean established the Sean Anderson Foundation to provide better opportunities for those in need. Big Sean exemplified his commitment to assisting young people’s lives when his foundation created a $25,000 endowment for the program in 2016. 

According to the press release, Wayne State’s First Lady Jacqueline Wilson founded the HIGH Program in 2013 when she met a medical student who had experienced homelessness while attending school. The HIGH Program offers a strategic response to the homelessness issue on Wayne State’s campus. The program assists financially challenged, precariously housed, and homeless students reach their goal of earning their college degree.