He was 40 years old when he was killed in a milk accident when passengers in a car collided with a light pole in Santa Clarita, California.
The 2005 Porsche Carrera GT was driven by his friend and racing teammate Roger Rodas, who died in an accident.
Since the death of his father, Meadow continues to respect his father’s legacy through the Paul Walker Foundation. On Saturday, Meadow unveiled the Foundation’s annual “Too Good” challenge, which coincides with Paul’s birthday.
“On the eve of my dad’s birthday, I’m kicking our annual good challenge. This year, I keep it simple and close to my heart,” Lawn captioned a photo of her and a friend. “I am so blessed to love my best friends. Thanks to Diva and Morgan for working with me on this project to capture a snippet of our friendship.”
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“My friendship is my foundation. They are my family. Tell your friends that you love them and agree to stand by your side no matter what. # Do good#BeGood, “He recommended a random act of kindness before recommending a team.” Paul’s “fast and furious” co-stars were among those “marked on the lawn.” Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster And Natalie Emmanuel.
Paul Walker Foundation’s Instagram account shared more details about the social media challenge.
“Doing good goes both ways. We want you to remember that this challenge is important whether you are doing good to others or doing good to yourself.” Title Throwing photo of lawn and Paul. “We’d love to hear from our PW family!”
We will give Merch and gift cards to participants who submit their “Do Good” stories for sharing. Let’s Do Good Together! Mark us and add hashtags to enter. # Good for others # Good for us. #happybirthdaypaul. “
In March, the Paul Walker Foundation Partner Lawn with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank “to provide food for children during the Govt 19 crisis.” Announced on Instagram At the time.
“Please stay home,” he added. “It protects not only you, but everyone around you. At this time we need to look for each other. At all times. Lots of love, lawn.”