With her husband, Will Smith, founded the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation to benefit inner-city community development, youth educational projects and under-privileged children and their families
She has dedicated time and money to helping the suffering families and children in South Africa.
In 2006 she donated $1m to the Baltimore School for the Arts, which she formerly attended with the rapper Tupac Shakur. The money was to go towards a $30m expansion programme.
Pinkett Smith is a director of FFAWN, which was co-founded by singer Mary J. Blige.
Jada Pinkett Smith started advocating on Human Trafficking in the US in 2012. She’s been going to Congress to testify on this issue, did a special video directed by Salma Hayek and has a new on line platform to help and support Human Trafficking survivors called Don’t Sell Bodies.
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