Just because Duck Dynasty is over doesn’t mean the Robertsons are going to stay out of the reality TV world. Willie, even if he’s in Peru, knows this.
Willie Robertson was recently in the jungles of Peru, but why? (photo via Duck Commander) After an amazing 11 seasons, Duck Dynasty is over. And in the last episode of the series, the family got together to swap stories and reminisce on camera.
“It has been over five years that we have been filming this show, which in television is a lifetime,” Willie said. “There is always something going on. And so, we will just wait and see what happens. I am not a big goal guy. I don’t try and set my five-year plan.”
But since then, Willie has made some new favorite memories.
He was recently in Peru to work with an organization called Help One Now.
“We’re in the jungles of Peru trying to help people,” Willie says in the video below.
Help One Now describe themselves this way:
“Help One Now is a catalytic tribe committed to empowering and resourcing high-capacity local leaders who care for orphans and vulnerable children in order to transform communities and break the cycle of extreme poverty.”
They have plans to build a rescue house near the Amazon riverbed in Peru, but they desperately need the funds to do this. Fortunately, the company Lamon Luther is running a giveaway where participants can with a tiny house worth more than $65,000.
50th Academy of Country Music Awards Arrivals at AT & T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
Featuring: Kori Robertson, Willie Robertson
Where: Arlington, Texas, United States
When: 19 Apr 2015
Credit: Judy Eddy/WENN.com
Here’s how it works…
Each entry is a $20 donation. A donation of $40 gets you six entries, $100 gets you 15, and $250 gets you 45 entries. The deadline to enter is May 4.
Where does Willie come into all of this?
Well, he’s in the Tiny House Giveaway video (watch below).
Good ol’ Willie Robertson — being all philanthropic and people-loving. Although it’s not surprising.