While sports were shutdown around the world, Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes was one of the most active professional athletes when it came to putting in work in the community and social justice work.

Now that the NBA has returned to action and games are underway, Barnes has no plans on slowing down when it comes to helping out the community and fighting against racism.

As a way to give back while playing in Orlando, Barnes is going to donate $25,000 to a different foundation and people every game, totalling $200,000 when it’s all said and done.

The organizations Barnes will contribute to are the Trayvon Martin Foundation, Botham Jean Foundation, The Atatiana Project, Mothers Against Police Brutality, The Michael Brown Foundation, Tamir Rice Foundation, The Jordan Davis Foundation and The African American Policy Forum.