Cristiano Ronaldo is to help fund the construction of a children's hospital in Santiago, Chile.
The world's highest paid footballer earns £450,000 per week and is known for his generosity when it comes to charity.
Ronaldo is combining forces with Italian businessman Alessandro Proto to finance the build in 2020.

And there are more hospitals in the pipeline, with the duo planning to build a number across South America.
An official statement from New York-based law firm Brafman & Associates said: 'Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo will build a paediatric hospital in Santiago Chile, in 2020.

'Cristiano, up to now the only player in the history to have won the The Best FIFA Award for the best player in the world, and Alessandro is very happy with this initiative.'
Many are swift to dismiss the prolific striker for what is perceived to be an arrogance and self-interest on the pitch but there can be no doubting his altruism off it.

He is an ambassador for Save the Children, Unicef and World Vision and regularly donates to all three organisations.
The 32-year-old also gives blood and bone marrow since his former team-mate Carlos Martins' son, suffering from leukemia, needed marrow for a transplant in 2011.
And when his mother Dolores Aveiro, survived breast cancer ten years ago, Ronaldo donated £120,000 to the clinic that treated her.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner continues to amaze on the pitch but perhaps his greatest legacy will be his considerable philanthropy off it.