Justin Bieber Encourages Fans to Help Build Schools 4 All
When Justin Bieber isn't winning country music awards, he's getting his philanthropy on. The 17-year-old pop phenomenon teamed up with the Pencils of Promise organization awhile back, and together, they've kicked off a campaign, Schools 4 All, which does just that -- builds schools to expand education to everyone. Now, the Biebs is pushing his fans to help, because the person who raises the most money will get to meet him!
The campaign is geared to help the 75 million kids in the world without access to education, but new schools benefit students, parents, and really, entire communities.
Under Schools 4 All's leadership, anyone can build a fundraising page to help Bieber and Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun build more schools. But that's not all! "Whatever page raises the most money, Adam and I will be flying out to a school of your choice," Bieber says in a promo video. "So get started!"
Like he does, the Biebs even took to Twitter to get his 10 million followers involved. "Let's make a change and help build schools 4 those that never had an education. I will personally come to the school that raises the most," he tweeted Friday.
With the 'Baby' hitmaker's dedicated Beliebers behind the cause, Schools 4 All is set up for educational success. To get more info, see how many schools have been built so far, or to build your own personal fundraising page, visit Schools4All.org.
Watch Justin Bieber Talk Schools 4 All