Charlie Sheen has used more of his fortune for good cause. The actor has contributed to Philippine typhoon relief efforts by making a $25,000 donation to People's Recovery Empowerment Development Assistance (Preda) Foundation, TMZ reports.
Donation made via the organization will be used to find children who went missing during the typhoon which caused 5,200 people dead and thousands others losing their homes. The donation will also be used to provide shelters and foods to the victims.
Earlier this month, the "Anger Management" star showed his generous act by donating $10,000 to help people who suffered from epilepsy. The actor reportedly made the donation after he saw a man plastering some posters concerning the issue on a wall. The posters featured a story of his grandson who got diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of three.
Sheen previously also donated $12,000 for the funeral of a paparazzo who died when he was chasing Justin Bieber for photos. The photographer died after her got hit by a car as he followed the Canadian pop star. The former "Two and a Half Men" star also made headlines as he made donation to help a 10-year-old girl who was battling an aggressive form of cancer called Childhood Rhabdomyosarcoma.