According to TMZ Sports, Los Angeles' Frederick K.C. Price III Christian School was in danger of having to close down, leaving an estimated 175 students looking for a new place to continue their educations. The school reportedly was not able to stay open without the support of a local church.
Per TMZ, the school received a "substantial six-figure check" from the 26-year-old, who said: "I was at that school practically my whole life. I'm just happy and feel blessed to be in a position now to do this."
Not only did he go to the school growing up, but his grandfather, Apostle Frederick K.C. Price, also founded it back in 1986. The now-NBA player—who is under a four-year, $74.8 million contract—talked about his family's connection to the school with Basketball Insiders' Joel Brigham back in December 2016:
"I think my grandfather had a good following from that first church, and I think [my grandparents and my aunt] just came up with a vision to have a school. My grandfather's oldest son had passed away. He got hit by a car. So they ended up naming the school after him."
Thanks to Crabbe's generous contribution, his grandfather's school can continue to educate children.