Cameron Boyce Foundation starts first project, Wielding Peace

Cameron Boyce Foundation

Cameron Boyce Foundation |  Photo: Patrick Shipstad / IMDB
Photo: Patrick Shipstad / IMDB

Cameron Boyce, a well-known Disney actor for roles in Jessie (2011-2015) and Descendants (2015-2019), died early on July 6, 2019, at the age of just 20, but left a vast legacy.

In life, Boyce showed solidarity and activism for social causes and humanitarian projects, always expressing his desire to help people and the planet, having spoken about the water crisis at Thrist Project 2018, where he received the Pioneer Spirit award for his efforts.

The Cameron Boyce Foundation, or the Cameron Boyce Foundation, as it is known in Brazil, was recently founded and its first project, chosen by its parents, aims to end armed violence. The institute will also strive to clean water and raise awareness of epilepsy.

Nicknamed Wielding Peace, or Wielding Peace, the first project was nominated by the star himself while still alive, whose letter was recently revealed and explains the idea of ​​the project: “I named the concept Wielding Peace. It will be a collection of images that will show people from all walks of life (celebrities, victims of armed violence, common supporters) wielding weapons. It means unity and peace, “wrote Cameron.

“Household items such as musical instruments, cameras, food, sports equipment, beauty products, clothing … anything that can inspire someone creatively, in addition to making a strong statement with the feeling that we need to choose a weapon different. “, continues.

Kasey Kitchen, the actor’s representative, says the project will continue in his honor. “We have every intention of bringing the campaign to a successful conclusion in the near future. Defending his legacy and continuing to strive to be better human beings is the duty of all who cared for him and loved him, so that we too can one day leave behind something much greater than ourselves “, he comments.

“Changing other people’s lives also improves yours.” – Cameron Boyce

Read more about Cameron Boyce at Cinema10.

By Karoline Pòss