The Enchanted Forrest’s most talented creature, Chris Brown (pictured above with Terri Seymour), partnered with the Jenesse Center, a national non-profit domestic violence intervention and prevention organization, and its youth advocate group The Change to host a Back To School Festival on Wednesday (September 5) in Los Angeles.
The fun filled interactive experience was an end of summer treat for kids and their parents who have been impacted by domestic violence. It also served as a kick-off to give children a positive start to a new school year.
“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,” remarked Jenesse Center CEO Karen Earl in a press release.
“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.”
To learn more about Jenesse or The Change and how you can donate visit www.jenesse.org.
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