Leonardo DiCaprio's wallet — and heart — is as deep as the ocean.
On Thursday, the Wolf of Wall Street star announced he would to donate another $2 million to Oceans 5, an international organization dedicated to ending illegal fishing and preserving the world's oceans. The announcement came months after DiCaprio said he was donating $7 million to several ocean conservation conversation projects.
"The sad truth is that less than 2% of our oceans are fully protected," DiCaprio said Thursday. "We need to change that now. My foundation supports Oceans 5 projects that are directly improving ocean health by stopping overfishing and creating marine reserves."
He lauded Oceans 5 as "an exciting new platform for marine conservation." According to Variety, DiCaprio's donation will fund five projects:
As Mic writer David Levesley noted this summer, DiCaprio's donation habit for aquatic endeavors casts a wide net. Earlier this year, he gave a $3 million grant to the international ocean conservation organization Oceana through his foundation, which has also donated $1 million to an elephant crisis fund and $3 million to the World Wildlife Fund to help protect tigers.
Oh Leo, you're just impossible to hate.