At Miami Beach last Wednesday, singer Jordin Sparks was sporting an unusual trend—face paint. No, she wasn’t cheering for her favorite Superbowl team; she was making a stand for her cause.
At the 3rd Annual Jordin Sparks Experience at Eden Roc Renaissance, the 20-year-old singer had warpaint that read “I’m M.A.D. Are you?” M.A.D. stands for “Making A Difference,” a project of Sparks Charities.
According to the website:
“This campaign is to encourage others, young and old, to get mad and funnel that energy into making a difference in their communities, families, and world by just doing something… plant a tree, mow your elderly neighbor’s lawn, pick up trash, donate money, write a letter to the troops, visit a sick child, be a friend to the lonely, read a book to a child, volunteer in a soup kitchen… anything. Their personal goal is to bring awareness to teen violence and prevention as they have been deeply touched, hurt, and angered by the amounts of senseless teen violence as of late.”
Look, even fellow American Idol alum David Archuleta is a supporter!