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Alex Trebek Donates $100k To Homeless Shelter: 'I Hope This Helps A Little Bit'

Clue: Alex Trebek.

Answer: Who is "the best person alive," Alex?

Alex Trebek has had a really rough time since his diagnosis with pancreatic cancer in March of 2019, but that hasn't stopped him from focusing on how he can help other people.

Like when he made a 'Jeopardy' fan's dream come true by giving him a personal health update over the phone.

When Michael Kneeter, a 32 year old Jeopardy superfan with autism, found out about Alex's health diagnosis, he was devastated — until Alex made a personal phone call to him to reassure him about his health, emotional well-being, and state of the show.

Alex has proven he has one of the biggest hearts in show business once again.

According to TMZ, Alex just made a huge donation to Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, which is a nonprofit focusing on preventing homelessness that provides over 290k hot meals and 93k nights of safe shelter every year.

Ken Craft, the CEO of the organization, told TMZ that Alex requested a personal tour of the organization.

After asking about the plans for the organization, Alex then slipped Craft an envelope that contained a check for $100 thousand dollars, saying, "I hope this helps a little bit."

What an amazing gesture!

Craft also says that Alex then invited him to a taping of Jeopardy, where he pulled him on stage during a commercial break saying, "I don't normally do this, but I wanted to bring these two people on stage because they are making a difference in L.A."

This is so wonderful! This will make a huge difference to a vulnerable population who will no doubt be incredibly grateful for Alex's kindness. Thank you, Alex!