Jackson echoed his sister’s sentiments, saying, “Having my dad as a mentor inspired me to choose Big Brothers Big Sisters, a charity built upon the foundation that forming positive, intergenerational relationships can have a profound impact on young lives.”
“As a visionary creative,” he added, “my dad taught Satchel and me the importance of entertainment as a cultural catalyst of change.”
Both organizations will receive a grant from the HFPA for $25,000, totaling $50,000 made on Satchel and Jackson’s behalf, per the HFPA.
In a month, the famed director’s kids will get to light up the 2021 Golden Globes. While the ceremony kicks off awards season in early January, it was moved to late February due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Although it’s unclear if the event will run differently compared to previous years, one thing is certain: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are scheduled to host the show. Come Sunday, Feb. 28, pop culture fans will see them back in action, plus, get a glimpse of Satchel and Jackson’s new roles.
The Golden Globe Awards will air on NBC at 8:00 p.m. ET from The Beverly Hilton Hotel.
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