A donation has been made to the Shaquille O’Neal Foundation to benefit the youth.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Clark County commissioners in Las Vegas, Nevada, have approved a vote to donate a 4.81-acre parcel of vacant land to the Shaquille O’Neal Foundation to build a new Boys & Girls Club.

The Clark County location is projected to cost $16 million and will “provide youth with academic and personal development resources,” according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Additionally, it aims to support college and career readiness opportunities.

At the time of this writing, it is unclear when the foundation will break ground on the project. However, once the new Boys & Girls Club is complete, the foundation’s obligations will include providing Clark County with annual reports on what programs are available, insights on fundraising efforts, and logistics regarding how many clients it has serviced, The Blast reports.

The Shaquille O’Neal Foundation was created in 2019 to provide underserved youth, primarily in Atlanta, Georgia, and Las Vegas, resources and opportunities, per the foundation’s website.

The foundation recently partnered with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office and Academy Sports to host a week-long summer camp event for middle school and high school student athletes.

“My Sports Spectacular Summer Camp was the highlight of the summer. Teaming up with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, we put together a week full of sports and community events for middle and high school athletes,” O’Neal wrote on an Instagram post. “Thank you to Sheriff Reginald B Scandrett and the coaches who helped make this week special. Shout out to @MercyChefs for closing out the camp with a delicious lunch and backpacks full of food for the participants. The most important thing we can teach our youth is to value their worth and be team players.”