Actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry is donating $2.75 million to help older homeowners in Atlanta ensure they’re able to stay in their homes. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Perry, ranked third among the world’s highest-paid entertainers by Forbes, will pay back property taxes for 300 low-income seniors in Atlanta. He also will cover any increase in taxes over the next 20 years for 100 low-income older residents. He has already donated $750,000 for the first year and pledged $500,000 each year over the next four years. The funds will be administered by Invest Atlanta Partnership, the nonprofit wing of Atlanta’s economic development authority.