Kodak Black is really in the giving mood.
TMZ reported that the rapper dropped off a large number of toys earlier this week that’ll go to 150 children at Paradise Childcare in Broward County, Fla. He also donated about $5,000 to the non-profit organization’s Christmas Party.
A spokesperson for Paradise Childcare — an organization that assists parents — said the toys will be split between two of their locations, and they’re “grateful” for Kodak’s generosity.
Additionally, the “Dying to Live” rapper participated in an event with Rabbi Scheur Kaplan called “Gifts of Chai,” where presents are exchanged in multiples of $18 for good luck. Kodak’s donation was $180.
“It isn’t the amount of money that matters,” said the Rabbi. “Kodak sent the gifts of Chai 10x, which is amazing. The is very special and we are thankful.”
Both donations come after Kodak gave money to the family of a slain police officer in South Carolina, who was gunned down during a home investigation.
And in November news surfaced that the rapper was building a school in Haiti, where his family is from. He also donated $10,000 to Broward County’s Jack & Jill Children’s center earlier this year, which is an organization that focuses on childhood education.
Fans praised Kodak for buying a house for his grandmother who lives in Haiti. “I got my Grandma a mansion in Haiti,” he wrote in November. “I feel like we still be going through slavery. Out of all the times I donate or give back in anyway I never upload or broadcast it. But I’m happy to say I’m building a school in Haiti as well. #Pray4Haiti, #TheLandofHell, #WeChosen, #Levite.”