Alan Naiman was known for his frugality and when he died, friends were surprised to learn that he had left more than $11 million to charities in the Seattle area.

One group benefiting from his kindness is the Pediatric Interim Care Center, which cares for medically fragile babies suffering from prenatal drug exposure.

Donations were mostly made to children’s charities including Make-A-Wish, Childhaven, Father Flanagan’s Boys Town and Treehouse, a non-profit that helps kids in foster care. He also gave money to his parents’ Catholic church and Disabled American Veterans.

Source: A frugal social worker left $11 million to children’s charities in his will