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Justin Bieber Helps Los Angeles Women’s Shelter And Makes Music Video To Raise Awareness

Justin Bieber Helps Los Angeles Women’s Shelter And Makes Music Video To Raise Awareness

Justin Bieber has used his celebrity status and musical talent to raise awareness for a Los Angeles shelter for single, homeless women.

The singer recently filmed a music video for the song called “Intentions”  in which he highlights the struggles of some of the women from the shelter, while also pledging to donate $200,000 in honor of the shelter to the “Intentions” fund.

As well creating the video to raise public awareness, he also donated supplies and a car to some of the women in need.

Bieber and rapper Quavo filmed the video in January at Alexandria House, a long-term transitional housing center for homeless women.

The video follows the stories of three women from the shelter: Bahri, an immigrant from Saudi Arabia struggling to get the education that her mother was unable to have; Marcy, a young mother who experienced homelessness with her children at a young age after escaping an abusive relationship; and Angela, a spoken word artist and grandmother who experienced life on LA’s infamous skid row.

Bieber bought a car for Bahri so that she should get to school quicker and easier, instead of having to commute 3 hours a day. He also booked Angela some time at a recording studio to allow her share her spoken word.

A link to donate to the “Intentions” fund is in the description of the music video below, and also on the Alexandria House website.

A message at the end of the video reads:

“Thank you to the Alexandria House for opening your doors and your hearts to Bahri, Marcy, and Angela and the entire community in times of need”

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