Johnathan Abram has combined his generosity with his construction talents, and used those 2 traits to benefit a family in need.

The NFL safety for the Las Vegas Raiders, a former Mississippi State star, and his foundation, Johnathan’s Journey For Better, partnered with Sleep in Heavenly Peace, to gift 3 beds, sheet sets, and pillows to a Las Vegas family, TMZ reported.

Abram has gained a new passion for home improvement and construction, and assembled the beds with his own hands and power tools, and then personally delivered them to the Vegas family.

“Basically they went from having no beds to being able to sleep here tonight,” Abram said. “It’s been amazing,” Abram said of the day. “I was glad to see the family smiling and happy. They were really grateful for their new beds and everything.”

Abram being generous is nothing new. Abram previously donated athletic sneakers to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada, and in 2020, he gifted laptops to the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada.

Abrams was drafted by the Raiders in the first round (27th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.

At Mississippi State, Abram appeared in 26 contests and made 18 starts, with 170 tackles, including 14 for loss, 5 sacks, 2 INTs, 10 passes defensed, 3 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery.