Last year it was a skate park, this year it's organic juice.

Kip Moore is known for paying it forward when it comes to his good fortune. Last summer, Kip introduced his "Comeback Kid Skatepark Project." With this project, he has been able to four inner city skate parks. He's hopping to reach 100 by the time it is all said and done.

Now, it's onto juice.

According to an interview with Forbes, Kip is looking to make organic juices available to kids in low-income areas. Kip said we need to understand what these kids face every single day.

"We're not understanding their struggle. Not only could they be facing violence in their homes, but the only meals they get are at school. And those don't have much in them. With the juices, I want to help put something in kids' systems that's of nutritional value."

If you think he will stop after skate parks and juice boxes, you couldn't be further from the truth. Kip plans on doing good deeds like this for the rest of his life. He says he's got quite a few ideas in his head and on his heart. It's our support that will allow him to continue.

"The bigger the career goes, the more money I'll have to give and the more people I'm going to be able to reach."