Bethenny Frankel's daughter is following in her mom's footsteps, taking action and donating all of her savings to those impacted by Hurricane Florence.
The "Real Housewives of New York" star showed how proud she is of her daughter, Bryn Hoppy, as she adorably emptied out her piggy bank and made the vow to donate.
"It's money for North Carolina," the 8-year-old tells Bethenny, as she unloaded all the money she's made from her lemonade and hot chocolate stands, as well as the dough she's saved from her birthday.
When Bryn worries it's not enough, Bethenny explains why every dollar matters.
"The reason it's enough cause if you give, and then somebody else gives and then somebody else gives and it all adds up together, every little dollar is enough," she says.
All in all, they counted $16 dollars, as well as some books that Bryn wanted to donate.
It's no surprise that Bethenny's child is so giving, as the "RHONY" states in the video "it's contagious."
The 47-year-old is a philanthropist who just last year, made a significant different in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, loading private planes with supplies from the US and providing aid to people who needed medical attention.
The past month hasn't been easy for Bethenny as she's been grieving over the sudden death of her boyfriend, Dennis Shields, and battling her ex-husband in court, but her daughter's initiative has got to make her heart happy.