Conor McGregor has revealed that he donated funds to the Coombe Maternity Hospital in Dublin.
The UFC star, who recently shocked fans by announcing he had built new homes for multiple homeless families in Dublin, has opened up about his charitable side.
Speaking to world renowned life coach Tony Robbins on his podcast, Conor admitted he likes to give back.
“Dublin 12 is where I come from, the largest children’s hospital in the country is in Dublin 12,” he explained.
“I have donated to that hospital many times, my son has visited there. I flew to New York for a dinner and we raised close to a million for the hospital as well.
“I’ve helped the homeless charities…I’ve also donated to the Coombe which is the maternity hospital where my son and my daughter were born,” he revealed.
“I donated money there…the treatment they gave me…I was actually inspired by the nurses and the midwives and the work that they put in and I wanted to give back to them,” he added.
Conor’s son Conor Junior was born in the hospital back in May 2017, and he and partner Dee Devlin welcomed their first daughter, Croia, in January this year.