Meryl Streep's self-deprecation at the Oscars apparently wasn't for show. The new Oscar winner so respected Best Actress front-runner Viola Davis's performance (okay, we're speculating a bit here, but ... ) that she donated $10,000 to a bankrupt charter school Davis has been championing in her hometown of Central Falls, Rhode Island. The Segue Institute for Learning is understandably psyched, Reuters reports: "We've just been screaming from the rooftops," said Angelo Garcia, director of operations and the school's founder. "We're excited Meryl Streep has gotten the ball rolling for us, but we recognize there's a long road ahead of us." Pretty, pretty classy, Meryl.