There’s nothing more rewarding than helping out others in need.
Chris Brown found himself visiting and helping children get ready for school at Los Angeles’ Jenesse Center, a non-profit specializing in domestic violence intervention and prevention.
The “Turn Up The Music” singer and his mother have frequented the center on numerous occasions without cameras and publicity, but Breezy wanted to make sure children victimized by domestic violence had a great back to school experience.
Chris played and spoke with the children at Jenesse for their annual “Back To School Fall Festival,” while providing them with school supplies and other back to school materials.
Karen Earl, Jenesse’s CEO stated:
“It is our focus on family violence and its impact on youth that compelled us to open our hearts and our doors to Chris Brown and his mother, Joyce Hawkins. Chris and his mom have spent many quiet hours at our facilities, no cameras, no special attention or entourages – they just came to learn. Jenesse is thankful to Chris for spending time with our youth and celebrating the end of summer and returning back to school.”
This is definitely the happy and carefree Chris Brown we love to see! It’s good to witness Chris Brown giving back to a community in need! Keep up the good work Breezy!
Check out Chris Brown helping the kids in the gallery above.
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