If anyone has a big heart it's clearly Rob Lowe! The A-list actor is a victim of the California wildfires, so he's given back to all the hardworking men by making them dinner!

"Dinner for new friends at our house," he captioned a pic of the group enjoying burgers, spaghetti, and more at his house. We're jealous we didn't get invited!

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Dinner for new friends at our house.

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He followed up with another photo of a group of firefighters — and thanked them for all their hard work and dedication during this devastating time. "Thank you to all the crews from all over the country who stood tall and saved my town. #Respect #Gratitude."

On Dec. 10, Rob took to social media to share that he had evacuated his home. "Praying for my town. Fires closing in. Firefighters making brave stands. Could go either way. Packing to evacuate now," he wrote at the time. We're glad to see that he's seemingly returned to his abode after a scary week.

Rob isn't the only star who has taken to social media to thank firefighters over the past few weeks. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey have also been affected by the devastation. After having to evacuate her pets and staff from her southern California home, Oprah tweeted, "God bless every firefighter and their families. Fighting three weeks straight. Still going. Imagine their exhaustion! #ThomasFire."

Ellen — who evacuated her home with wife Portia de Rossi — also took to Twitter to express her appreciation. "Everyone in the Montecito area is checking up on each other and helping to get people and animals to safety. I’m proud to be a part of this community. I’m sending lots of love and gratitude to the fire department and sheriffs. Thank you all."

She followed up days later with another tweet. "Portia and I are watching KEYT.com and seeing all the devastation from the #ThomasFire. Our home is still standing, but so many homes have been lost. Firefighters continue to be my heroes," Ellen wrote. Here's hoping everyone else returns home safely!