I feel this.
I make six-figures and literally don't do anything with my money beyond basic needs and spending it on others.
Money kind of lost meaning on me after a while. I get to retire. I can eat whatever I want. I can buy whatever I want. And I don't want much.
So I spend it on keeping promising college kids afloat, having the ability to do that is pretty amazing. I can spot someone's tuition or their stupidly overpriced school materials or pay for a sudden emergency that would've otherwise set them back years. My aging parents won't need to worry about medical costs. I give resume advice for free, hold free 1 on 1 classes, and hook people up with interviews and watch resume writer scammers/"networkers" get mad about it, that's ngl fun too (highly recommend as a pasttime for successful career people)
These are all pretty amazing feelings for someone still under 30, well worth the money.