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Clayton Kershaw donates significant portions of his paychecks to causes in Africa, including his program called Kershaw's Challenge. He and his wife, Ellen, run the program, which aims to change the lives of at-risk children and communities, according to MLB.com.
Clayton and Ellen also run an orphanage in Lukasa, Zambia, for which Kershaw was honored with the Branch Rickey Award in 2013. The award honors “individuals in baseball who contribute unselfishly to their communities and who are strong role models for young people,” per the award's website.
Kershaw also supports various other programs, including Habitat for Humanity. In 2012, he was given the Roberto Clemente Award, which honors the top humanitarian Major League Baseball player. You can bet that when he cashes in on an inevitable nine-digit paycheck in the future, Kershaw will put a great deal of it toward his charity work.