Diddy is taking some of his almost-billion dollars to help those in need. The mogul announced that he'll be donating $200,000 to improve maternal healthcare in Uganda.
Puff will be giving the money to the Unforgettable healthcare campaign's Suubi “Hope” Health Center, which is an initiative launched by his Bad Boy signee French Montana in partnership with Mama Hope and Global Citizen. Montana decided to give back to the community after shooting his "Unforgettable" music video in the Ugandan city of Kampala.
"I've always said my purpose is to inspire and empower the next generation to become great leaders – and to honor their hustle along the way," Diddy told Rolling Stone. "In addition to passing the torch to French, I'm showing my support for the work he is doing in Uganda. Not only will Ciroc be donating $100,000 to support the organization Mama Hope, I am matching the donation so that our stories and successes can benefit as many people as possible."
Puff continued in his announcement video: "It's important to give back, it's important to be an agent of change. That's a core part of being down with the Bad Boy family." The mogul's donation will help build "a prenatal care clinic, a birth house, a new ambulance and more," Rolling Stone confirms. Montana, as well as The Weeknd, have previously donated $100,000 each to the healthcare center.
Watch Diddy make the major announcement in the video above.