Cristiano Ronaldo is at his charitable ways, again.
Just yesterday, we brought you his new app where some of the proceeds goes to Save The Children, he’s now acted generously after terrible scenes in Portugal.
The Portuguese native, who was born in Madeira, has offered his financial support to his hometown after wildfire hit across the City.
The Euro 2016 winner took to Facebook reacting to the devastation.
The fires has tragically killed three people, as well as prompting a mass evacuation with homes being destroyed.
Ronaldo made the incredible gesture during a phone call to president Miguel Albuquerque.
In light of the incident, a 23-year-old has been suspected of arson and remanded in custody, while four other arson suspects are also said to have been identified.