Perry also has plans to open on the property a facility for those who have suffered from abuse.
"I just think that if I can build this beautiful place where children, families, LGBTQ youth who have been displaced, put out of their homes can come to a beautiful campus and live. Be reinserted into life," Perry said.
"If somebody could've done that for my mother, I don't know where we would be now," he continued.
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