The rapper is raising money for Social Works and efforts to support Chicago's public schools.
Chance the Rapper continues to be one of the most philanthropic celebrities around, this time grilling chicken for charity.
Chance announced earlier this week that he'd be teaming up with Nandos in support of Chicago Public Schools to raise money for Social Works, the rapper's non-profit organization that aims to empower Chicago youth.
The "Angels" rapper has been busy this year with his work for Chicago, donating $1 million to Chicago schools earlier this year. And, by April, Chance had already raised $2.2 million dollars for schools.
Sepanta Bagherpour, Nando's USA vice president of marketing, said in a statement to DNAInfo, "We can’t think of a better ambassador to help Nando’s celebrate the Grand Opening of our flagship Chicago location, and to help support public education in a city we love."