Justin Bieber sang to elementary school students who returned to school

April 12, 2021

Justin Bieber participated in a charity event for the return of primary school students to their desks.
Justin Bieber gave a short concert to elementary school students.

The 27-year-old singer took part in the Baby2Baby and Amazon charity event at the MacArthur Park Visual and Performing Arts Elementary in Los Angeles on Thursday, April 8 to welcome young students back to school after a full year of distance learning. .

The event was also attended by Kelly Rowland, who is part of the Board and is an ambassador for Baby2Baby, a charity that provides children living in poverty with all the basic necessities.

The official social media accounts of the organization published some photos in which the 40-year-old singer delivers school supplies and toys to children together with the co-founders of Baby2Baby, Kelly Sawyer and Norah Weinstein.

"I am so proud that together with Baby2Baby and Amazon we welcomed the students back to school after a year of distance learning," Kelly Rowland wrote on Instagram.

"Thank you Amazon for helping us provide backpacks full of toiletries, face masks, hand sanitizers and school supplies, as well as food, diapers, clothes and more to ensure children and their families have the necessities to stay. "Safe both at school and at home," he added.

During his performance, Justin Bieber sang in front of the students selections from his albums "Changes" (2020) and "Justice" (2021) such as "Intentions" and "Holy".