Justin Bieber and Quavo Give Back in 'Intentions' Video

The pair partner up with nonprofit organization Alexandria House
By , RADIO.COM

Justin Bieber has unveiled another track from his upcoming Changes album, this time hitting the streets of Los Angeles to help do some good along the way. “Intentions” is a collaboration with Quavo, and the video spotlights the singer’s partnership with the LA-based nonprofit Alexandria House.

The organization provides safe and supportive housing for women and children who are transitioning from emergency shelter to economic stability and permanent housing, according to their mission statement. More than 92% of the women who have moved through the Alexandria House program have succeeded in securing financial stability and permanent housing.

Throughout the clip, we’re introduced to three women who have graduated from Alexandria House, surviving struggle and now thriving in their community. Still met with challenges, Bieber helps each of these women with a need, from supplies to foster children to a new car to help a student make it to class.

In addition to the video, Justin Bieber has also set up an Intentions Fund totaling 200,000 dollars to support the goals of women currently at Alexandria House. You can find more details about the work that Alexandria House does here.

Justin Bieber will release his fifth studio album, Changes, on Friday February 14. In May, Bieber will also kick off his Changes Tour with Jaden Smith and Kehlani. You can find the full list of dates here.

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