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Jada Paul‘s husband, Chris Paul, makes a difference on the court in Los Angeles. Jada tries to make a difference off it.
Jada has several philanthropy projects that keep her busy. She sells handcrafted bracelets on her website, givemelifebracelets.com, and donates all the proceeds to charity, including the CP3 Foundation. She has also given prom dresses to underprivileged teenagers and helped out around the L.A.community.
Jada and Chris recently hosted a black tie gala for BEST (Better Educated Students for Tomorrow). They raised more than $1 million for the after-school enrichment program, which serves young people ages 5 to 12 in the city.
And, like any other wife of a multimillionaire, Jada also enjoys the nightlife that L.A. has to offer, too.
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