Jaden Smith Leans Onto Social Media To Promote His Non- Profit!: Jaden Smith is not just an actor and a singer, but also a social activist, a water activist.
His 501CTHREE.org not-for-profit partnered Up with KindHuman and Homeless Health Care to install a water box on the Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. Safe drinking water at a rate of 10 gallons per minute. The box is situated at the Refresh Spot, which offers communal access to toilets, showers, and laundry facilities.
Jaden Smith’s thesis follows the construction of four water boxes in Flint, Mich., from 2019 as well as one in Newark, N.J. Next up is Uganda, where the installation was postponed due to a pandemic.
Although demand for more water boxes is strong, Jada Pinkett Smith says that 501CTHREE.org would aid in some ways if construction is not an option in the immediate future.
If we can’t do that right now, we’ll say Oh, we’ll be meeting with you next year to try to find out how we can do something,’ Smith says.
Smith’s leaning on social media
As for his time, “Life in the Year,” Jada Pinkett Smith’s romantic drama with Cara Delevingne, was released on November 27. He stares like a young man who falls for a cancer lady who has just about a year to live. “I hate to break this with you, but you’re going to cry so much when you watch it,” Smith says. “For real, it’s a tear-jerk. I cried a lot when I was filming, too. I hurt too hard the first time I saw it. It’s strong. It’s just emotional.
The plot struck in the vicinity of the house. His closest friend, Harry Hudson, is a cancer survivor.
At the end of the interview, Variety had to wonder if Smith—who appeared in the 2010 “Karate Kid” remake with Jackie Chan—had seen “Cobra Kai,” the Netflix series based on the martial arts film franchise.
“Of course I’ve been watching,” he says. “It’s great. It’s fantastic, I guess. Ok, I do enjoy it.