Less than two weeks after losing part of his Malibu home to the raging California wildfires, Gerard Butler journeyed to Haiti on a humanitarian mission, and shared video of his experience on social media.

“What an eventful couple of weeks,” the “300” star wrote on Facebook to accompany a video (below). ” Been cheered up to no end by these beautiful souls who despite living in a country that has gone through so much hardship, have nothing but love to give. A real lesson for me right now.”

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As Butler explained, he’s in Haiti on behalf of Mary’s Meals (which feeds children in their schools), with Butler “visiting schools to see the wonderful work they do… It’s such a simple idea that works really well. I’ve seen it in action in Liberia, and now Haiti. Go to their website http://www.MarysMeals.org or follow Mary’s Meals for more pictures and videos from this trip!”

Butler shared the same video on Instagram, but also included some additional photos:

On Nov. 12, Butler shared his impressions of the devastation the wildfires caused near his home in Malibu’s Point Dume. Watch: