Over the course of his illustrious career, Diddy has proven to be much more than a figure in the entertainment industry. He's expanded his brand and entrepreneurial skills into clothing, liquor and more. Another thing he's focused on throughout his career is giving back. He's done a lot of philanthropic work in the past and continues to do so at every opportunity. He recently revealed that he'll be donating a large amount of money to help improve maternal healthcare in Uganda.

Earlier today, Diddy posted a video via Mama Hope's YouTube page announcing that he'll be donating $200K to their charity. The mogul donated $100K on behalf of Ciroc but is also matching that donation through his personal funds. The producer will be donating the money to help improve the Suubi "Hope" Health Center in Uganda which was an effort initiated by French Montana in partnership with Mama Hope while filming the video for "Unforgettable." 

"When we launched Ciroc French Vanilla, we said we want to help raise money for Mama Hope," he said, "Ciroc has been selling hard and fast and we've already raised $100,000."

In addition to Diddy's $200K donation, The Weeknd and French Montana have also donated $100K each. The $400K they've raised so far will help provide better healthcare facilities to mothers and children at the Suubi "Hope" Health Center in Budondo, Uganda.

Check out Diddy's full announcement below.