Prince Jackson Donated Toys for Christmas Gifts for Kids

Prince Jackson, who is the King of Pop’s eldest son, teamed up with a non-profit organization called the Heal Los Angeles Foundation to donate toys for Christmas gifts. Jackson, the non-profit organization, and Mattel toy store gave each of the families at least $150 for their kids’ own holiday shopping spree.

Prince Jackson Had His Hands Full With the Event Ahead of the Christmas Holidays

Prince Jackson posing with children during the charity event.
Prince Jackson Donated Toys for Christmas Gifts for Kids

Right before Christmas, Prince Michael Jackson was busy donating toys to twenty-five children in LA, all from nine local families. Jackson and the Heal Los Angeles Foundation also got the help of the LA Police Baseball Foundation to take the youngsters to Mattel’s headquarters, where they were given $150 to spend for the joyous day.

Prince Jackson Took the Time to Help the Children Find Their Favorite Toys

The philanthropist was truly devoted to the event and took his time to help the children choose toys and find those they wanted most. He also posed for some memorable photos with the group. Getting in on the charity event, Mattel immediately activated a notably generous 50% discount for all purchases. This added $75 to the initial $150 budget of each family.

Prince Jackson Helping Children Find Their Favorite Toys
Prince Jackson Donated Toys for Christmas Gifts for Kids

Prince Jackson wrote on his Instagram that he was doing great things today and shared a video clip where he was expressing his excitement about the event. This is not the first time Jackson joins a charitable event this year. This November, he donated staple Thanksgiving food items like turkeys and pies for an event of a local Los Angeles church.

Apparently, Prince Jackson has been a volunteer for the Heal Los Angeles Foundation since his time as an undergraduate student, as he himself stated on Instagram. The 23-year-old Jackson has chosen a non-profit organization that has stated on its Facebook page that it aims to assist inner-city youth. The non-profit aims to provide access to educational initiatives and the tools children would need to pursue academics, as well as to promote an active and healthy lifestyle.