While the untimely demise of Fast and Furious star Paul Walker has been reiterated multiple times on every forum what is not being talked about if all the good the box office star brought to the world. Walker was more than an actor who brought enjoyment to millions through his movies. Reach Out Worldwide was the charity that Walker was set to go to for a function, and it was something that he helped create. The charity helps to bring supplies to those that have been affected by a natural disaster. Part of the sales of the Fast and Furious 6 DVD will go to the charity as well which will help to provide for something Walker cared about for a long time to come. Of course the charity is not the only thing that Walker should be known from.
Walker had another lifelong passion in wildlife preservation. He joined the board of directors for The Billfish Foundation in 2006. He also was went on trips to tag and watch sharks. This was in an effort to learn more information about them in hopes of helping conversation. Plus, his helping of people in need did not stop with money, because Waker headed to Chile after an earthquake to help with his own hands int he reconstruction. For those in the MMA world, Walker was also a trained Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner under the Paragon Jiu-Jitsu with his trainer Ricardo Miller.
None of that compares to being a father. Walker's daughter may have lived in Hawaii for most of her life, but she moved to California in 2011 to be closer to her father. He may have only had been with around her full time for two years, but he made the most of those years. There is multiple photos flooding the internet of them happy and on trips together. It is only sad that their time was cut short, but at least he had the time to get to know his daughter before it ran out.