‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ is going out with an impactful bang! After four seasons, the historical comedy series is coming to an end. Creator Robin Thede has decided to donate the series’ entire wardrobe to a nonprofit for homeless women.

“Thank you to @beauty2thestreetz for your life changing work! I hope these pieces (most were worn once or never even worn!) help so many people! I am so grateful for @lindamorel and my @ablackladysketchshow family who made this incredible donation happen! It was so important to us that we turn the end of our show into a new beginning for others,” Thede wrote in the caption of an Instagram post.

The post included a reel showing some of the wardrobe to be donated with text over the video that explained makeup, wigs and shoes will also be donated.

Shirley Raines recently shared on her social media about the donation to her organization, Beauty 2 the Streetz. Raines works tirelessly to bring necessities and essentials to those on skid row.

“Got a call from @hbo @ablackladysketchshow ended after 4 seasons and they donated ALL OF THE wardrobes, shoes, purses, wigs, lashes and more to us. They also delivered the very next day to our warehouse – Thx u Robin Thede @robinthede,” Raines captioned the same video posted on Thede’s page.

Robin Thede and Cast Say Goodbye to ‘ABLSS’

HBO recently announced that “A Black Lady Sketch Show” would not be renewed for a fifth season. The network praised Thede and the show.

“For four exceptional seasons of ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show,’ we’ve been thrilled to partner with her on this groundbreaking, hilarious series,” representatives for the network said. “Robin, alongside Hoorae, Jax Media, and the incredible cast and crew, leave an indelible legacy not only in sketch but in television comedy, and we look forward to continued creative collaboration under her deal with us.”

Thede released a statement as well following the announcement.

” I am so grateful to everyone and especially want to recognize the Black women and other women of color who excelled in every department at ABLSS. The joy of seeing their success, knowing it has forever changed the perceptions of what we can do, will never diminish,” Thede said in the statement.