Justin Bieber may be out of school and on the road, but he still understands the importance of education.
The teen heartthrob has teamed up with Pencils of Promise (PoP) and posted a video (as first seen on Us magazine) to challenge his fans and society to help give back to education in a campaign called Schools4All. Bieber and nonprofit founder Adam Braun would like to see a slew of people make their own personal fundraising pages to raise money among their community so that Pencils of Promise can continue to build schools and educate others.
“There are more than 75 million children without access to education, and together we can do something about it,” the website reads. “Through our new Schools4All campaign, we’re asking you to join the PoP movement that empowers lives around the world by building schools for children in need. It is by bringing together communities at home, that we can collectively impact communities abroad.”
The campaign runs from April 15th through June 30th, and one lucky participant will get a personal visit from Bieber himself at the school of their choice.