Original Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director Colin Trevorrow will donate his residuals from the film to charity.

Though Trevorrow departed the film, which ultimately saw the return of The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams, he's still got a story credit alongside Derek Connolly. The profits from that credit, Deadline reports, will be donated to the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice in Berkshire.

"[George Lucas] taught us to take care of one another, and he set a powerful example himself," Trevorrow said of the move. "The Alexander Devine Hospice helps families in the most challenging of times. I can't think of a more fitting way to honor George's legacy."

In a mission statement on their official website, founders Fiona and John Devine—who named the establishment after their son who died at the age of eight—said their goal with the hospice was to provide "a safe space for all, a place to be yourself and have a safe pair of loving arms around you, as much or as little as you need them."

Speaking on the director's decision to donate his residuals, Fiona Devine told Deadline Wednesday they "cannot thank Colin Trevorrow and his family enough for their amazing support and generosity."

The Rise of Skywalker opens Dec. 20. Back in September, Trevorrow released his new Jurassic World short film "Battle at Big Rock." Trevorrow will also direct the third full-length Jurassic World entry, out in 2021.