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Second Annual “Feed the Family” Thanksgiving Event in Honor of Bobby Brown Jr. Hosted by The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House and Simply Wholesome November 21st


Second Annual “Feed the Family” Thanksgiving Event in Honor of Bobby Brown Jr. Hosted by The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House and Simply Wholesome November 21st

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House, a non-profit Domestic Violence Safe Haven founded by Grammy award-winning R&B entertainer Bobby Brown and entrepreneur phenom Alicia Etheredge-Brown in 2015, has joined forces with Simply Wholesome to bless 100 families with a heartfelt holiday meal in honor of Bobby Brown Jr., on November 21st.

This collaborative effort, “Feed the Family,” serves as a tribute to the memory of Bobby Jr. and aims to spread love and joy in the spirit of Thanksgiving.

Bobby Brown Jr., the beloved son of the iconic R&B entertainer Bobby Brown, left an indelible mark on the world with his vibrant spirit and endless love for his family.

In honor of Bobby Jr., The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House, established to provide support and refuge for survivors of domestic violence, is embracing the opportunity to give back to the community and make a positive impact.

This year, the Brown family, including LaPrincia, Cassius, Bodhi, and Hendrix, have united their efforts to support the “Feed the Family” Thanksgiving event, underscoring their commitment to spreading love and compassion, and making a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need.

Bobby Brown and his wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, a dynamic husband-and-wife duo known for their philanthropic endeavors, shared their heartfelt conviction about the mission of The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House:

“We aspire to create a world without Domestic Abuse, and the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House is the platform for that vision. Our collective voices will be heard. While we may not predict the future, we do understand that it lies within the hands of our children. Therefore, our decision is not whether we should invest in the future of our children, but how quickly we can make that commitment,” said Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge-Brown.

The “Feed the Family” event will provide 100 deserving families with the ingredients for a delicious Thanksgiving meal, ensuring that they can celebrate the holiday with warmth and joy. This event is a testament to the Brown family’s unwavering commitment to making a positive change in the lives of those affected by domestic violence and to honor the memory of Bobby Brown Jr.

Together, we can make a difference and spread love and compassion during this season of gratitude.

If you know of a family in need or someone who could use an extra blessing this holiday season, please email [email protected]

About The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House:

The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House is a non-profit Domestic Violence Safe Haven founded by Grammy award-winning R&B entertainer Bobby Brown in 2015. Its mission is to provide support, shelter, and resources for survivors of domestic violence, with a vision to create a world without domestic abuse.

About Simply Wholesome:

Simply Wholesome is a community-focused health restaurant and store that offers organic, natural foods and products. Committed to promoting healthy living and nutritious choices, Simply Wholesome is a proud partner of The Bobbi Kristina Serenity House in the “Feed the Family” Thanksgiving event.

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