Beyoncé knows it pays to "bey good."
According to Haiti U.N. mission spokeswoman Sophie Boutaud de la Combe, Beyoncé traveled with U.N. Emergency Relief Coordinator and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos and met "some of the people who were affected by" the devastating natural disaster five years ago.
Wearing a shirt emblazoned with her BeyGOOD charity's logo, the 33-year-old singer helped hand out food and water to residents in Haiti.
It's unknown how long Beyoncé's trip to Haiti will last, but she's clearly making an impact while there.
The "7/11" singer has posted a ton of photos to Instagram from her trip, showcasing the amount of work that still needs to be done in and around Port-au-Prince:
The 7.0 earthquake hit the Haitian capital on January 12, 2010. Officials estimate that the death toll was over 230,000, while 300,000 were injured and 1.5 million people were displaced immediately after the disaster.
BeyGOOD's motto reads, "We are all in this together. Each and every one of us can make a difference by giving back," and Beyoncé and company are bringing the mission statement to life. The charity organization has brought awareness to Nepal after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the country on April 25, as well as supported World Autism Awareness Day and The Full Participation Process, a project to improve gender equality around the world.
Beyoncé's mom Tina Knowles recently wrote her daughter a beautiful letter about the singer's generosity and kindness. Find out exactly what Tina said in the video below.