Adam Driver Gives Scholarship To Daughter Of Military Family

The Star Wars actor just did some major good.

Adam Driver teamed up with Budweiser and Folds of Honor, a foundation that awards scholarships to families of disabled and fallen service men and women, to give away a scholarship to one young woman, according to Page Six.

In a video shared on Tuesday, June 27, 2017, Driver delivered the scholarship to 21-year-old Brodheadsville, Pa. resident Hayley Grace Williams, whose father was injured before deployment to Operation Desert Storm. Williams, a nursing student, worked 40 hours a week while in school, and feared that, without the scholarship, she wouldn't be able to finish her final year.

Thankfully, Williams no longer has to worry about the cost of her education next year, as Budweiser and Folds of Honor have covered the costs.

Driver, a veteran himself, shared his experience with Williams' father, admitting that he'd felt guilty for never finishing his service after he injured himself before deployment.

"I understood where Hayley's father John was coming from right away. John was injured right before being deployed. I was also injured right before deployment, so that sense of not finishing your job with the people you started with is something we connected on," Driver, 33, told HuffPost.

Driver also noted, "I was very touched by Hayley and her family's story and wanted to be of service to them. Getting a front row seat to them absorbing why I was in their kitchen and that Budweiser and Folds of Honor would be covering the remainder of her education is something I won't easily forget."

We don't think the Williams family will ever forget that moment either.