Prince Jackson spreads the holiday cheer ahead of Thanksgiving as he hands out turkeys and pies at a church in Los Angeles
Michael Jackson’s eldest son showed his concern for his community as he handed out meals to those in need.
Prince Jackson was spotted volunteering at a church in Los Angeles on Friday and handing out turkeys, pies and other holiday staples.
The 23-year-old celebrity heir was dressed for visibility with a neon green reflective vest worn over a casual white graphic T-shirt.
Doing his part: Prince Jackson, 23, gave back to his community on Friday by distributing turkeys and other holiday essentials at a church in LA
Prince also wore a pair of rugged dark jeans and low-key black and charcoal trainers.
Though he has often sported a shaggy hairdo, his pandemic hair had gotten long enough to require a ponytail.
The brother of Paris Jackson took plenty of safety steps to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, including wearing gloves and sporting a black mask for his alma mater Loyola Marymount University.
The food giveaway attempted to be as contact-free as possible, so Prince put many of the meals into the trunks or back seats of cars coming through a drive-through line.
Dressed to work: Prince wore a reflective safety vest over a white graphic T-shirt, dark jeans and black sneakers
Safety first: He did his part to keep others healthy by wearing gloves and a mask from his alma mater Loyola Marymount University
On his Instagram Stories, he shared that the food giveaway was run by the Heal Los Angeles Foundation in a short video of the drive-through line.
‘Annual turkey giveaway in full swing,’ he captioned the clip.
Prince has been volunteering with the organization since his college days, and he’s currently partnering with it to raise money to feed those in need in LA.
The non-profit’s website advertises an opportunity to video chat with the late King of Pop’s son for three winners who either register for the contest or donate.
Helping hand: Prince was volunteering for the Heal Los Angeles Foundation. He also offered a video chat and singed Michael Jackson memorabilia for those who donate online
In addition to their video chat, the three winners will also receive an array of Michael Jackson memorabilia, including vinyl albums and clothing autographed by Prince, his sister Paris and their younger brother Blanket Jackson.
The eldest Jackson child follows in his father’s footsteps, as he was also a noted philanthropist.
Michael founded the Heal the World foundation, and he made generous donations to the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and USA for Africa, among other charities.
He’s following in the footsteps of his late father Michael Jackson, a noted philanthropist; Jackson seen with his oldest children (L-R) Paris and Prince in 2005