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  • Prince is freaking amazing. He is right here, helping people to hand out free meals in LA amid coronavirus. RIGHT THERE. Not "just" giving money, not any PR move. He really cares, just like his father. Prince is the perfect example of what his father was. Michael is smiling full pride looking at him. 🌍Bild könnte enthalten: eine oder mehrere Personen, Personen, die stehen, Schuhe, Kind und im Freien

    💜💜💜 We are proud of you, Prince Michael...

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  • Official: We are excited to team up with @freshnlean! Give them a try! They’re a healthy ready-to-eat meal delivery service. All of the meals are made with organic ingredients and are delivered fresh.

    Prince Jackson / Heal LA hat sich mit „Fresh n Lean“ zusammen getan, um noch mehr bedürftige Menschen in LA mit Mahlzeiten beliefern zu können.

    Well done Prince, we are proud of you <3:thumbup:

    Instagram Post by Heal Los Angeles Foundation • April 4, 2020 at 09:11AM PDT

  • Paris Jackson joins Elevated Films, Voltage Pictures thriller ‘Habit’ (exclusive)

    13 April 2020

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    Paris Jackson in ‘Habit’

    Model and actor Paris Jackson has joined Bella Thorne, Gavin Rossdale and Josie Ho on thriller Habit that counts Cassian Elwes’ Elevated Films among its producers and has Voltage Pictures on board to handle international sales.

    Jackson (see first-look photograph) will play Jesus in the feature about a street-smart party girl with a Jesus fetish who gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a nun. Donovan Leitch, 852 Films, Martingale Pictures, Voltage Pictures, Cloudlight and Elevated Films are producing.

    Janell Shirtcliff is directing Habit from a script by Shirtcliff and Suki Kaiser, based on a story by Libby Mintz, Shirtcliff and Kaiser.

    Leitch serves as producer along with Ho, Michael Suppes, Chris Pak Yu Mung, Chan Pang Chun, Damon Lawner, and Libby Mintz.

    Executive producers are Elwes, David Unger, Will French, Adam Edelman, Suki Kaiser, Conroy Chan, Paul Miloknay, Thorne and Voltage Pictures’ Nicolas Chartier.

    Elevated Films represents US rights to the project.

    Jackson is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson. Her feature credits inlude Gringo and The Space Between.…HH_dx0kXRG9gvg-3yTUfDamYs

  • New interview with Prince Jackson about Heal LA and how he helps people through that corona-time and the inspiration from his Dad. "When we were traveling very closely he was always about philantrophy and giving back, especially he was about helping the children. You could see the happiness that comes from these kids basicly from seeing my dad being there, hanging out and starting to play with them, just share some kindness... the little things can go a long way."

  • paris jackson 🌎❤️ today started out so beautifully, seeing people come together with peace and harmony in their hearts. it broke my heart to see it all go up in flames. violence is not the answer. how do we expect to bring our world up to a happier and higher and healthier way of living if we’re stooping as low as those that committed the crimes we’re protesting ? peaceful protest only!! 🌎❤️

    Instagram Post by PK • May 30, 2020 at 04:41PM PDT

    Instagram Post by PPB Jackson • May 31, 2020 at 05:35AM PDT

  • ITV News exclusive: Prince Jackson hands out free meals during coronavirus pandemic with charity Heal Los Angeles

    30 May 2020

    Michael Jackson’s eldest child Prince, who was inspired by his father to set up a charity, is helping in the Covid-19 effort by handing out meals during the pandemic.

    The 23-year-old has partnered with a meal delivery service based in Los Angeles to provide free meals to those in need and healthcare workers.

    The celebrity offspring co-founded the Heal Los Angeles Foundation – a charity aimed at improving the life of inner-city youth in Los Angeles and to combat hunger and homelessness.

    He says he was inspired by his father's philanthropy and "his hard work ethic" to set up Heal LA and saw the need to lend a hand during the pandemic - which has so far claimed the lives of more than 100,000 people in the US.

    In an exclusive message recorded for ITV News, Jackson says the charity has handed out more than 5,000 meals to 800 households.

    “With the Covid-19 they are really swamped at the hospital. Often times it’s difficult to get a meal and when they do get a meal, it’s very often that it’s not nutritious, it’s just something to keep them going, but that’s why we wanted to give them a good quality nutritious meal,” Jackson explains.

    The charity hand out bento boxes – made up of rice, protein and vegetables – with delivery service Fresh n’ Lean.

    Jackson says they “have had only great feedback from the different people in the hospitals that we deliver to.”

    Heal LA hand out meals at the Gospel Mission Baptist Church – where Pastor Raymond Dennis works.

    “We became a partner with Fresh n’ Lean and Heal LA, to respond to the need to mitigate hunger in the south Los Angeles area by providing meals to the community daily,” Pastor Dennis said.

    Jackson told ITV News of the inspiration behind the charity – and said his father is his biggest driving force.

    “It’s not secret I’m greatly inspired by my father and his dedication, his hard work ethic…he’s known for his financial contribution to charities around the world,” he said.

    “The most impactful thing to the communities he wished to help, was his little acts of helping people, even if it’s just showing up and dedicating your time and it’s because of that, that the Heal LA Foundation felt the need to jump on the Covid-19 relief efforts.”…ndemic-heal0-los-angeles/

  • Paris Jackson Joins Peaceful Protesters for Another Day of L.A. Protests


    Paris Jackson carries her sign while participating in a peaceful protest on Monday afternoon (June 1) in West Hollywood, Calif.

    The 22-year-old actress and activist, who is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, held a sign that said, “Damn the man. Power to the people. Peace, love, justice.” There was also a peace sign on the other side of the sign.