Eminem made a donation Thursday to Hip Hop 4 Habitat, a project where members of the hip-hop community will build a home for a family in need. The hip-hop superstar contributed an undisclosed sum of money to help launch the program through his Marshall Mathers Foundation, it was announced on WJLB-FM (97.9) Thursday. Hip Hop 4 Habitat is looking to raise $75,000 to build a home on Detroit’s east side. It’s tentatively set to be built in October. Following the completion of the home, Detroit rapper Trick Trick — who is also participating in the project — will give a concert for volunteers. Hip Hop 4 Habitat is looking for more people — artists or regular types — to volunteer by contacting Habitat for Humanity Detroit, (313) 521-6691.