PHOTO: AC/DC singer Brian Johnson and his wife Brenda

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson and his wife Brenda have a celebrated place in rock’s pantheon. Their philanthropy is also well known. Case in point? The Johnsons recently donated a property to All Star Children’s Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming foster care through innovation, science, and compassion. According to Stephen FancherAll Star‘s chief development officer, the organization sold the property for net proceeds of $335,000.

“Over the past two years, All Star has received a remarkable outpouring of support from Brenda and Brian Johnson, and other committed, caring people,” says Fancher. “Their extraordinary gifts have made a world of difference.”

The Johnsons‘ personal commitment to All Star began with Graci McGillicuddyAll Star‘s co-founder and board chair. Two years ago, McGillicuddy and her husband, Dennis, shared All Star‘s mission with the couple. They dreamed of creating a safe place for children who’ve suffered abuse and neglect. These children would find a nurturing environment — and a haven for healing, offering the latest trauma-focused therapies. The Johnsons were touched and vowed to make that dream come true. In the years that followed, many others joined the fight.