Michael Jackson’s Children Continues His Philanthropic Efforts

Michael Jackson’s kids Prince Michael, 14, Paris, 12, and eight-year-old Blanket will continue their late dad’s philanthropic legacy. Recently the three youngsters visited struggling families at a homeless help charity organization based in Los Angeles and presented a check for $10,000 to the center, which helps families’ and individuals’ transition from homelessness.

Good Morning American host Robin Roberts interviewed Jackson’s children and their grandmother Katherine Jackson this morning (Feb. 25). During the chat, Katherine reveals the kids have “adjusted pretty well” to life without their beloved father.

Asked about their plans for the future, Prince tells Roberts, “I guess continue what our dad was doing.”

The late King of Pop, who founded the Heal the World Foundation in 1992, dedicated much of his time and money to charities across the world. His foundation provided funds to benefit a variety of causes, including drug and alcohol abuse, education and disadvantaged children.

Also on the show, Paris, who has previously expressed her desire to become an actress, is ready to make her dreams a reality. “I’m thinking about auditioning for a play next week,” She says.


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