Mother of slain child hosts holiday toy drive to keep daughter’s memory alive
Jada Page’s mother is seeing her daughter’s memory live on through the smiles of students at Golden Glades Elementary School who received holiday toys Thursday through the Jada Page Foundation.
Jada was 8-years old in 2016 when she was killed as someone drove by and opened fire in front of her grandmother’s Northwest Miami-Dade home.
Five years later, Jada’s mother, Rosalind Brown, spreads the love for her daughter to community children.
School leaders saying they’re so grateful for the toys.
Jeff Rateau, principal at Golden Glades Elementary said: “We’ve been through tough times, we’ve been through COVID. some of the students have experienced death in their family so it’s a great time to share.”
Yashyawa Teague, the school’s assistant principal, said ”It’s perfect to give back. We knows it’s more blessed to give than to receive.”
Find out more about the Jada Page Foundation here.