Chance the Rapper scored a hefty donation this week for his SocialWorks charity.

Goose Island Brewery, which turns 30 this year, personally presented Chance the Rapper with a $300,000 check in commemoration of its anniversary, as well as, we imagine, in support Chance’s mission to empower Chicago kids through the arts, education, and civic engagement, ABC 7 Chicago reports.

This isn’t the first time Goose Island and Chance the Rapper have teamed up. The Chicagoans collaborated on a beer in 2015 called No Collar, a Helles-style lager. Goose Island, which opened in Chicago in May 1988, has been owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev since 2011.