Marc Antony is putting his fame and fortune to good use!
The 47-year-old singer opened his fourth orphanage with the help of his foundation Maestro Cares.
In 2012, the superstar along with entrepreneur Henry Cárdenas announced the creation of the foundation, a non-profit organization established to benefit homeless and neglected children in developing Latin American countries.
"These are the things that fulfill my soul! So happy to celebrate the opening of a new girls orphanage in Toluca, #Mexico. #MaestroCares," Anthony captioned the photo of the ribbon cutting ceremony.
The foundation also helps in the development of orphanages in Dominican Republic, Colombia, and Mexico by providing food, school supplies and many other necessities.
"Education is key for Maestro Cares because it will bring the children closer to their dreams. They are our future leaders," Cárdenas is quoted saying on the foundation's website.
This fourth project will give a home to 70 girls in the rapidly growing city.
"There are millions of children suffering throughout Latin America. Maestro Cares seeks to make a positive change for many of these children," said the "Vivir Mi Vida" singer. "I hope Maestro Cares will inspire others to do the same."
You certainly have inspired us, Marc!
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