Instead of having a big bash for his 48th birthday, Matthew McConaughey helped deliver 4,500 turkeys to the people in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, on Saturday.
According to E! Online, the turkeys were donated by Butterball as part of a Wild Turkey initiative. McConaughey is a spokesperson for the bourbon brand and often does charity work with his Just Keep Livin’ Foundation.
In videos posted to his Facebook page, the actor surprised 250 volunteers at the town’s Wild Turkey Distillery before heading to multiple houses in the town.
“Let’s go make some people happy and put some smiles on some faces, deliver some turkeys, there’s some people that are gonna be happy to get ‘em,” he told the volunteers. “Just keep livin’, thanks for being here.”
In one video, he shows up to a house of women, who called themselves the “hot mamas.”
“Hot mamas?” he asked. “That’s my nickname for my wife. I can’t call y’all that.”
The “Wolf of Wall Street” actor is known to do charitable acts. Last November, he volunteered with SURE Walk at the University of Texas, ensuring that the students had a safe ride home. He drove students home as part of the program, which offers students companionship on the way home from campus.
Watch the Facebook videos below.