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Paris Jackson Brings Supplies To Puerto Rico After Hurricane Devastation


Us Weekly has reported that Paris Jackson chartered a plane and brought relief supplies to victims in the area of Aguadilla in Puerto Rico on Friday, October 20th.The 19-year-old actress and model, took some of the supplies to a school in the area that doesn’t have running water or electricity after devastating hurricanes ripped through the island. According to the source, she took a generator for the school, along with a backpack, personal water purifier and solar light for each of the students. The majority of the kids do not have electricity in their homes, leaving them unable to do homework, so the time they have at school is even more important.

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