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After the tragic death of Paul Walker, his family has decided to keep his legacy alive and celebrate his first birthday since death by arranging a fundraiser. The Fast and Furious star died in a car crash last year (November 3rd, 2013) at the age of 40.
Paul Walker's family and friends have decided to mark the first birthday of the actor since the fatal accident by raising money for Reach Out World Wide (ROWW), the non-profit organisation created by Walker himself.
His friend Jesse Brisendine wrote on the online fundraising page, "I can tell you that Paul's dream for ROWW was that it would continue to grow and continue to be able to help people all over the world long after he was gone. I would do anything to bring my friend back, but unfortunately life does not work that way. What I can do though is to help ensure that my friend's dream is realised and thus his legacy lives on forever. By donating to ROWW you are not only helping millions of people from all over the world in their times of need, you are also helping to keep Paul's dream alive and ensuring his legacy lives on."
Paul Walker's friend and co-star, Jordana Brewster tweeted, "I lost my dear friend Paul late last year. This Friday is his birthday and to honour him and help keep his legacy alive a fundraiser has been organised to raise one million dollars for his charity Reach Out World Worldwide. Please honour Paul with us!"