Justin Bieber helps Berry children with Show Your Hearts campaign

Adam Sundana

Over the past 24 hours, 17-year old singing sensation Justin Bieber is turning both his attention (and his 11.3 million Twitter followers) to helping three children very much in need.

Bieber has devoted his entire Twitter page to the Show Your Hearts campaign — which is designed to help pay for the medical expenses of Peter, Aaron and Willa Berry. These three children are all under the age of ten, and they tragically saw their parents lose their lives in a car accident when a driver entered their lane of traffic and hit the family car head-on. The Berrys were on their way home to Houston after a road trip in Colorado, and now the two young boys are both paralyzed from the waist down.

The campaign is designed to help these children find a way to pay for these children’s medical expenses, and to give them a stable environment moving forward after this tragedy. Justin has joined Ryan Seacrest and other celebrities in encouraging others to give back by going to ShowYourHearts.org and making a donation.

Let’s hope that with the encouragement of celebrities, enough people will give so that these children are taken care of in the months and years ahead.

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