Last month, Perry donated a van to an Atlanta’s women’s organization that provides hygiene products to people experiencing homelessness.
Erica Wright, the founder of the non-profit Project U First, shared that the producer and actor donated a brand-new cargo van to the organization, which provides "people in need the basics for health, hygiene and love."
"Hey guys, I told you I had some exciting news today. Yesterday, after we aired on Channel 2, Tyler Perry called and told me he was going to donate a van," Wright said a Facebook Live video on Thursday.
"I am so excited," Wright said as she was handed the keys before bursting into tears. Wright expressed her gratitude, saying that she will now be able to help even more people in need.
"Mr. Perry what you do for the community is truly amazing! May God continue to bless you and keep you in perfect peace," Wright wrote in a caption for the video, adding, "God’s Grace is Sufficient."
In April, Perry paid for all the groceries belonging to elderly shoppers at 44 Kroger stores in Atlanta and 29 Winn Dixie stores in his native New Orleans.
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