Brendan O’Carroll and his family have donated thousands of Christmas dinners to the homeless this year.
The actor has opened up before about how he housed homeless teenagers over the last few years.
The Dubliner and fellow Mrs Brown’s Boys stars donated the meals to Saint Vincent De Paul, a charity that says it will have dealt with 65,000 calls for help in the region by the end of the year.
Charity: Brendan and his family donated thousands of meals to SVP | BBC
According to the Irish Examiner, Brendan thoughtfully gave 2,800 dinners to St Vincent De Paul and those meals will feed 2,800 families in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow this festive season.
Many other celebrities recently have come together to help raise awareness of the homeless crisis in Ireland right now.
Glen Hansard, Kodaline, Hozier and many more are a part of Home Sweet Home, an organisation who aims to tackle homelessness in the country.
Homeless: Home Sweet Home hopes to tackle homelessness in Ireland | VIPIRELAND.COM
The musicians were joined by supporters recently and hosted a sing-song on top of the NAMA-owned and vacant Apollo House.
The empty building has over 60 rooms available in it and Home Sweet Home have illegally taken it over to provide shelter to the homeless this Christmas.
However, the Dublin City Council has given approval to allow the building to be demolished.