The "24K Magic" artist performed this weekend in Honolulu to close out his world tour.
“You can’t always tell who’s living in poverty or who needs help making ends meet.”
“I cannot be the princess of my wedding day, but I can give the kids a fairy tale.”
“I am handing off my presentation of myself of what I’m trying to achieve and what I’m trying to do."
Salvation Army's Human Needs Index tracks signs of poverty in America.
On Friday, the kids celebrated their last day of school. On Monday, they were back at work, but instead of taking tests and writing assignments, they were doing a different type of job: helping the Salvation Army. But the response they got from the Wal-Mart crowd helped show them the true spirit of Christmas.