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Jackson Family Foundation

When Michael Jackson, died suddenly and unexpectedly on June 25, 2009, the world was stunned. No one expected to lose the King of Pop - arguably, the greatest singer/performer of all time - so soon. Michael was only 51 years old. Now his family has created the Jackson Family Foundation to make sure that MJ’s legacy lives on.


About the Arts

The Jackson Family Foundation was created to help build the Jackson Family Museum, the Michael Jackson Performing Arts Theater and a hotel complex right in the Jackson's hometown of Gary, Indiana. In fact, this was Michael’s very own dream! This is the opportunity for fans everywhere to join together and show the world how much we appreciate the entertainment, hope and joy that Michael and his family have brought to the lives of millions of people everywhere!


Limited Edition Magazine

We all want to help build theJackson Family Museum, Michael Jackson Performing Arts Theater and Hotel in the Jackson's hometown of Gary, Indiana, but until now you probably wondered how. Well, you CAN be a part of this historic tribute by purchasing your copy of the Limited Edition "Las Vegas Hollywood Magazine" featuring Joe Jackson, MJ’s dad. The magazine tell all about Michael's life, the lives of his brothers and sisters and most recently, the honoring of Joe Jackson and the Jackson Family with a Brenden Celebrity Star.


The magazine is available for download at: Bing Bar + Jackson Family Foundation ebook.


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Ferb22

Ferb22 wrote:

Tryin To Be So Detailed, FYI He Died At Age 50, Thank U Very much
commented: Sat May 22, 2010

dogred10

dogred10 wrote:

michael Jacson is the best to me and all my frends
commented: Fri May 21, 2010

ohiogirl

ohiogirl wrote:

I miss u Michael Jackson! RIP
commented: Wed May 19, 2010

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