Kodak Black's stint in prison has left him more charitable and giving than he was before his seven months behind bars. Kodak's attorney Bradford Cohen tells TMZ  that the "Tunnel Vision" rapper has been more focused on making a positive impact and his latest move to prove it is his donation to a non-profit provider of early childhood education, Jack & Jill Children's Center.

Kodak is said to have donated at least $10,000 to the kids and more good deeds are in the works where he may pop by in person with cold hard cash. 

Not too long Kodak cleared up some beef on his path to a better self when he let Don Q and A Boogie know that he doesn't want smoke. “I’m not gonna do nothing to nobody. I don’t want nobody to get shot. I don’t want nobody to die on my behalf," Kodak said in a live video. "I don’t want no blood on my hands. I’m just a little kid.... I’m trying to be great and be, like, the person I’m destined to be.”