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Conor McGregor just made a proper donation.

In celebration of the first anniversary of the launch of his whiskey brand, Proper No. Twelve, McGregor, who initially said for every case sold his company would donate $ 5 to first responders, was happy to announce that he’s already hit the $ 1 million dollar mark.

McGregor took to Instagram to write a heart-felt message thanking his fans and his team for his business success, as well as affirming that in the new year, his team will be donating $ 1 million to first responder organizations as promised.

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Happy 1st birthday to @properwhiskey!!! What a journey it has been so far! We are now in 8 countries to date, with many more planned for 2020! I am so thankful to you all for your support and love of PROPER No. TWELVE! I also want to thank the fine Irish women and men who have worked so diligently at the distillery and beyond…what an amazing team we have! When we started this business, something very important to me was to give back. For every case we sell, my company donates $ 5 up to 1 million dollars per year to first responders. I am very proud to announce that we have already hit the 1 million dollar mark! This is all thanks to you! Our fans! Thank you all ❤ In the New Year, we will begin donating the first million dollars to first responder organizations. My team is vetting it all out now to be sure it goes into the proper hands. Thank you all for the support! Sláinte #ONEFORALL @properwhiskey

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Proper No. Twelve has already launched in eight different countries around the world, as McGregor continues to expand his business. With the announcement of a UFC return seemingly imminent, all signs are pointing to a fight with Donald Cerrone on Jan. 18, but nothing has been made official.

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