A Utah nonprofit was one among nearly 300 organizations that benefited from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott’s $2.7 billion in donations Tuesday.

Scott focused on organizations she described as “categories and communities that have been historically underfunded and overlooked.”

Spy Hop, a youth media arts center located in Salt Lake City that encourages youth to tell their story through film, music, audio and design, received $3 million, the nonprofit announced in a statement Tuesday. The center offers in-school, after-school, summer camps, youth-in-care and satellite programming for children ages 9 to 19, according to its website.

“(Scott’s) stunning gift validates the work our staff does to mentor young people to find their voice, tell their stories and create positive change in their lives and the world,” Spy Hop Executive Director Kasandra VerBrugghen said in the statement. “This unrestricted donation comes at a pivotal time for our organization, it gives us the ability to think deeply, dream big, and ultimately create a plan that will guide our organization forward.”