From one Dogg to another! Rapper Snoop Dogg has set up a memorial trust fund in honor of his fellow rapper, the late, great Nate Dogg. Nate died on March 15 at the tender age of 41.

He reportedly suffered from complications due to multiple strokes and had been plagued by chronic health issues for many years, which derailed his career a bit. Nate Dogg (real name: Nathaniel Hale) came to hip-hop prominence in 1994 with the single 'Regulate' by Warren G. He also appeared on Dr. Dre's landmark release, 'The Chronic.'

The trust fund will provide for the expenses of services and the financial security of the late rapper's children. 100 percent of the donations will be given to his family. Snoop really has a heart of gold, looking out for his fellow Dogg’s progeny.

Friends and fans can make donations via PayPal or purchase a limited edition t-shirt which boasts an image of Nate Dogg and comes in both black and white. The PayPal donations will be deposited directly into an account set up at a bank and those interested in making a donation needn't be a PayPal member to do so.

In other Snoop news, the generous rapper's 11th studio album 'Doggumentary' is out on March 29, which is next Tuesday.