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He's not called 'The GOAT' for no reason.
Michael Jordan is loved by sports fans around the globe for his achievements on the basketball court.
Six NBA rings, an Olympic gold medal and countless memories is why he's widely regarded as the best player of all-time.
But as you well know, MJ transcends basketball.
And it's his hard work off the court that is continuing to change peoples lives for the better.
Fresh off the back of his success from ESPN's hit docuseries 'The Last Dance', NBA legend Jordan has kindly donated US$2million (AU$2.7million) of his own money to food shelters across America.
"In these challenging times and in a year of unimaginable difficulty due to COVID-19, it's more important than ever to pause and give thanks," Jordan said.
"I am proud to be donating additional proceeds from 'The Last Dance' to Feeding America and its member food banks in the Carolinas in Chicago to help feed America's hungry."
An incredible gift to be thankful for - NBA legend Michael Jordan is donating $2 million to help our neighbors facing hunger! #TheLastDance- Feeding America (@FeedingAmerica) November 25, 2020
Every action makes a difference. Join Michael & visit https://t.co/ExF6iX3wr7 to learn how you can donate or volunteer this holiday season. pic.twitter.com/UVUFQlbe0p
Jordan teamed up with Feeding America to ensure the people of Chicago and the Carolinas don't go hungry over the Christmas period - both regions having a close place in MJ's heart for obvious reasons.
"An incredible gift to be thankful for - NBA legend Michael Jordan is donating $2 million to help our neighbours facing hunger," the charity said via social media.
But this isn't the first time the NBA Hall of Famer has been generous with his charitable donations.
Earlier this year, the Chicago Bulls great-turned-Charlotte Hornets owner pledged US$100million (AU$136million) to the black community in a bid to combat racial injustices.
"I'm all in with Jordan Brand, the Jordan Family and our partners, who share a commitment to address the historical inequality that continues to plague Black Communities in the U.S.," Jordan said in a statement back in July.
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