Paul Walker who was one of the star actor in the popular series Fast and Furious, died in 2013 when he was the passenger in a Porsche that crashed in Valencia, California. He was 40-years-old when he passed, and he has a daughter Meadow who was just 15-years-old. Meadow spent the first 13 years of her life living in Hawaii with her mother Rebecca. When she was 13-years-old, she moved to California to live full-time with her father. They had two wonderful years together before he died in 2015. They were a great team. He was firm but loving. She was in charge of planning the vacations. Reportedly, because of his busy filming schedule, Meadow also spent time with his mother Cheryl.
Like her father, Meadow is a giver and not a taker, volunteering her time to those who need it most. A while back she went to Ghana with pencilsofpromise.org to help build a much-needed school. As we will see, she also honors her father's passion for marine conservation and sound ecological practices. Her dad would be proud where ever he is now.
The 21-year-old philanthropist announced her plans to build a school with a charity called Pencils of Promise. She shared multiple photos of smiling children inside and outside of a rural school on her Instagram handle and said, "Today, I am launching a campaign to build a school. This is the season of giving and my biggest wish is to provide a space for these children to learn. Everyone deserves a good education. We are dedicating this school to my dad, Paul Walker." But this is not the first time Meadow is getting involved in charity work. She has remained committed to it since her father's death and it was under her leadership that The Paul Walker Foundation focused on funding marine science education.
She has really done well for humanity over the years and we are really proud of her. We lovers of Fast and Furious really miss her dad and we wish him eternal rest.
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