The Paris Hilton Charity Fund

Paris Hilton recently revealed that she is in process of developing the Paris Hilton Charity Fund, according to journalist Jimmy Viola.

Viola questioned about the seriousness of this Charity Fund. We know that it will be for chidren, but we don’t know how serious the project is, so this is just something to keep an eye on.

Paris Hilton reminded semi-hater Viola that she is still “working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.”

Paris is also well aware of the fact that “Hottie” will be the target of haters: “I (Paris) know a lot of people are going to want to bash me because people are like that, so I really did my best with this movie.”

But how and when the Hate problem will be solved is something that Paris still hasn’t figured out.

By the way, Viola saw the movie and from what I gather, he says that the problem of the movie is not Paris Hilton’s acting skills (he says she’s comparable to Jessica Alba), but the “poor script.” He also adds “the plot is so predictable.”

Posted: January 29th, 2008
Comments: 19


From: Jen
Time: January 29, 2008, 6:42 pm

It’s nice that Paris is doing some charity projects but people have to remember that Paris does not owe anyone anything.

What Paris does in regards to charity is up to her, and people need to stop hassling her about it.

From: Sabrinia
Time: January 29, 2008, 6:58 pm

Jen you said it perfectly! Paris is NOT anyone’s savior. And instead of people hassling her why don’t they do their own charity work or mind their own business and live their own lives ya know? Paris has done plenty of charity work in the past and I have no doubt in my mind that she will continue to do so when she has the time and opportunity. But again she doesn’t owe anyone a single thing. Anything that she does is out of the goodness and kindness of her heart.

From: miami1
Time: January 29, 2008, 7:02 pm

of course she doesn’t owe anyone anything. But, if she doesn’t want to be called on it, don’t promise anything. That’s pretty simple. If you’re not serious, or not going to do it, then don’t hype it.

From: Dawn
Time: January 29, 2008, 7:55 pm

Kicking ideas around is NOT a promise, it only means she was gathering info and various projects came to mind.

Unless Paris signed a contract to do a specific deed, ,she is under NO obligation to anyone.

People need to stop being so unreasonable and just appreciate it whenever a celeb does anything at all.

From: miami1
Time: January 29, 2008, 8:38 pm

why is a celeb different than other people? She’s talked about going to Africa for two years. There are other things as well. When she went on Larry King and spoke with Newsweek etc, she was very specific. Yet, when it came down to following through, there was nothing. All I’m saying is, don’t make statements for public consumption if they aren’t going to be done in a timely manner (months/a year max). Not sure why that’s such a burden on anyone, including a celeb. Wait until you’re a little more serious and the plans are a more concrete b/f you speak. Otherwise, it seems, maybe justfiiably, that you’re just doing it for publicity.

From: Kevin
Time: January 29, 2008, 8:52 pm

Poor script and predictable movie? ahh, that’s what I assumed from the start. Still it looks like a good old cookie cutter romantic comedy. Funny thing is I doubt it’s even going to be at all in my state. Unless it becomes a success like Juno did.

I know Repo! is going to shock a lot of reviewers and the general audience. Can’t wait to see both Repo! and the Hottie!

From: Dawn
Time: January 29, 2008, 9:11 pm

The Africa trip was postponed due to internal restructuring problems in the charity Paris was working with.
I can’t speak for Paris but I’m sure she’ll follow through just as soon as it is feasable.
In fact, I have never heard of Paris not follwing through on any work she contracted to do.

From: Dawn
Time: January 29, 2008, 9:13 pm

Oh yeah, and I’m really really looking forward to seeing the Hottie.
It will be a success even if it goes to DVD because Paris’s worldwide fans will buy it or pay to rent it.

From: juju
Time: January 29, 2008, 9:59 pm


you’re entitled to your opinions, but i can’t help but notice how your opinions are never based on facts and that you go out of your way to be negative, ie nit-pick, fault-find, accuse, miss the big picture or context, etc. so my question to you is, why do you do that?

seems like you should figure out why you’re so negative and quick to judge before looking for specks in other people’s eyes.

To reiterate what other posters have said, and you’ve conveniantly ignored, paris owes nothing to anybody. Celebs are not required to do charity work any more than you or I are. All of us choose to do charity work when and how we feel compelled to do so.

And yes, thinking out loud is not a promise, much less a contract. As if you or any of us have never done that? Again, no need to nit-pick that issue unless you’re just going out of your wait to find fault. Paris can take her time to develop things as works for her.

Sitting on the sidelines and throwing stones from you or anybody else is not necessary.

From: miami1
Time: January 29, 2008, 10:18 pm


Baseless comments. You state that I ignore that Paris doesn’t owe anything to anyone. Read the first line of my first comment. Celebs nor ANYONE else is required to do charity work. However, don’t mention it, if it’s not really going to be done in a somewhat timely manner. If you don’t want to deal with the charity issue, how about the tour she said she was going to take? Um, didn’t happen. There are many other items that are announced and simply never take place. There are others, like the Dabella poem that are dubious, at best. I’m simply stating, don’t announce so many things that don’t happen. That’s not hard for ANYONE.

(By the way, define celebrity in world of youtube, myspace, reality shows, 200 cable channels, etc. Brody Jenner? A Survivor winner, Kim Kardashian, a one hit wonder band, America’s Next Top Model. Seriously, I bet 80-90% of the American public couldn’t identify most of the people featured in US magazine or Entertainment Tonight. Wasn’t Britney’s paparazzi boyfriend just given a Entertainment Tonight exclusive. Is he a celebrity? Celebrity means VERY little these days. How about the girls from the Hills? That show, on a good night, gets maybe 3mm viewers or a bit more. That’s about 1% of the American population, but you’d think that LC was a huge star. If Warhol were alive he’d have to say that it’s almost impossible for someone not to be a celebrity. ) Being a celeb is insignificant. What one accomplishes is what matters the most.

From: miami1
Time: January 29, 2008, 10:21 pm

Ok, I think we all agree it wasn’t a contract. How about just following through on what you say you’re going to do? If we really live in a world where only legally binding contracts necessitate action, instead of one’s goodwill and good word, then we have slid a very long way.

From: dian
Time: January 29, 2008, 10:35 pm

hai, i’m from jakarta, INA, i’d like to thank parishiltonsite, 4 giving depth informations about Paris’s life. I read this site almost everyday since 2006. i find it very useful and inspiring, i read the comments, too.

From: kevin
Time: January 29, 2008, 11:28 pm

Aww, thanks dian. That’s such a cute post, thank you for visiting since 2006! What a loyal member! I bet your excited for all of Paris’ projects too? Glad Paris does more world-wide stuff instead of just focusing on the US. I think she understands NOW that she has a bigger fan base outside of the US. I just wish she would go visit Mexico, Thailand, Singapore, etc where her music fan base is the biggest. Like I’d rather have her go to those kind of places and make more fans than for her to come to Seattle, WA where everyone knows her and it won’t do much good.

From: juju
Time: January 30, 2008, 12:43 am


sweet, another predictable side-step followed by a hateful, nonsensical diatribe.

curiouser and curiouser……..

From: admin
Time: January 30, 2008, 9:07 am

Hey dian,

Thanks for your comments. I love hearing such comments because they motivate me to do more lol.

I think it’s amazing that this website is still alive after one year. I know some people visit it everyday lol.

From: juju
Time: January 30, 2008, 11:28 am


i also love your site and appreciate all your hard work.

thank you!!!

From: kevin
Time: January 30, 2008, 8:54 pm

I know I visit the site everyday! I remember when it first started and I checked it out through the link on your siggy on the hollywood forums.

I remember when the layout was like black and red or something like that hehe.

From: sweet christhel
Time: August 21, 2011, 12:49 am

i saw on the t.v about paris cAME HERE in philippines, happy to know that, i just hope paris will do some charity help, specially to filipino people, just like me a mother of a child diagnose as applastic anemia, hope paris could help us, i know its imposible to happend, wat ever, shes still my fan, and i love her so

From: sweet christhel
Time: August 21, 2011, 12:51 am

i mean im still one of her fans. and manny filipino people love her, good luck paris more power and godbless