Oh, the Jonas Brothers. When we last saw the trio, we were getting the scoop on their first time (volunteering, duh!) and staring in awe at Nick's shirtless selfie. This weekend, the Jonas Brothers hosted a charity soccer match to benefit their Change for the Children Foundation.
On top of raising money for an amazing cause, the game also served as a pretty great way for Joe Jonas to celebrate his birthday. Joe, who turned 24 years old on August 15, even got pal Wilmer Valderrama to join in on the fun. Best of all, this wasn’t just a celebrity soccer match. After the JoBros left the pitch, the L.A. Galaxy took on Real Salt Lake, giving the fans a chance to watch some professional soccer while supporting their idols.
Team spirit was high at the match.
For those looking for an introduction to the Change for the Children Foundation, here’s what you need to know. The stars started their foundation almost 10 years ago, when they were just kids themselves, to “support programs that motivate and inspire children.” Each brother has his own cause that he champions: Nick rallies for diabetes awareness, Joe champions the Special Olympics, and Kevin is all about promoting volunteerism. If you weren’t crushing on the brothers before, you probably are now. What could be more irresistible than a big heart, am I right? Don’t worry, we won’t ask you to pick a favorite (cause, that is!).
Kevin + Danielle Jonas enjoy a post-match smooch.
If you want to help the JoBros bring some change for children, you can find ways to get involved by checking out the action links below.