Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Despite the misconception that joe francis can be an awful and despising man that others perceive him to be, the Girls Gone Wild founder has still been able to squeeze a little bit of charity work in his hectic schedule. “The Real Housewives of Miami” which is a reality Television show that focuses on the most elite and high-profiled local housewives of Florida, stars certainly one of Joe’s good friends, Leah Black and husband, Roy. Joe Francis was invited on the couple’s annual Leah and Roy Black’s Annual Gala at EdenRoc Renaissance Hotel in which the night’s theme was “That’s What Friends Are For”. The fund-raising event was thought to be one of the most high-end social gatherings there's in Miami along with the Black couple did an incredibly generous act of donating proceeds from the auction within the said event to deserving vulnerable children of a chosen charity. His extravagant contribution on the auction was obviously a lavish all-expense-paid travel to his magnificent 40,000sq.-foot Casa Aramara in Mexico for four days. Winning bidders get each year the heavenly beachfront and relaxing estate while helping beneficiary children. It may be enough to give such a holiday trip for auction since Joe’s part for the charity event had been a good portion in the amount raised which reached surprisingly at $700,000. Joe also donated cash for that charity event amounting to $50,000 about behalf Girls Gone Wild.
Another charity involvement on this good man as shared in meetjoefrancis.com is his generous all-out support to some Cuban family that has been on the verge of being without the benefit of migrating towards the US. With Joe’s financial help, the family’s migration became possible and Joe even provided the family’s basic needs for a comfortable living as an apartment, groceries, furniture, a career and more. He was really a man with an above average heart. To find out more charities that Joe Francis helps, http://www.meetjoefrancis.com could be a source.