Encourages others to help the children of Jade Goody who will be left behind without a mother
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- American teen pop star, Chantel "Chani" Christie who recently won the 2009 Martin Luther King Jr. Executive Award for Excellence in Hip-Hop, is set to donate proceeds from her debut album "My Dream" to the British terminally ill reality television star, Jade Goody. In addition, she also plans to fundraise for the family through her Chanigirl Foundation. For more information go to www.chanigirlfoundation.com.
Britain's "Big Brother" former reality TV Star, Jade Goody, who recently was married to her fiance Jack Tweed in a countryside ceremony this past Sunday, and recently had been given only two weeks to live by her doctors, will leave behind two sons, Bobby (5) and Freddie (4). Goody was diagnosed with cervical cancer in August of 2008 and has been battling it ever since.
"My mother and I cried, when she read that Jade finally married her fiance in Britain and she stated after the wedding that she was happy and ready to go to heaven. I was overwhelmed with grief and sadness for her and her children, to have to live their lives without her. She is very brave and I want to help them in any way that I can," said Chani.
About Chantel "Chani" Christie: Chani, who is a 15 year old native of Seattle Washington, already claims the titles of author, model, actress, recording artist, and spokesperson. Chantel, The United States youth ambassador for HIV/AIDS awareness, recently launched her new TV show titled: "Chani's Story," an original web series about her life. The teen pop sensation has a passion to lead youth across the world to follow their dreams.
About The Chanigirl Foundation: The Chanigirl Foundation's mission is to bring HIV/AIDS Awareness and Education while ins
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