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UFC legend Conor McGregor on Wednesday donated $1 million to help the families of hometown heroes who have died.
Live on the set of the Fox News show “Hannity,” McGregor presented a check for the money to Tunnel to Towers Foundation CEO Frank Siller, according to Fox News.
The foundation was created in memory of New York City Fire Department firefighter Stephen Siller, who had gone off-duty on 9/11 but after the first attack went on foot from the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the World Trade Center, where he was among the firefighters who died trying to save others.
“As human beings, it’s a must to give back,” McGregor said on “Hannity” Wednesday night.
“I work to give back. I work to support my family, and, you know, this is what we must deal with. If people want to help donate to this great foundation, Tunnel to Towers, you can also. We’d appreciate that greatly,” he said.
“That’s what life is about — giving back,” he said.
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