Paul Walker‘s family is keeping his memory alive.
The late-actor’s brother, Cody Walker, arrived at the Sydney, Australia charity premiere for the Fate of the Furious on Friday, while raising funds for his brother’s disaster relief charity, Reach Out Worldwide, which he now runs.
Paul died in a car crash while taking a break from filming Furious 7 in November 2013.
Cody and his wife, Felicia, arrived in Australia together. The actor, 28, announced that he was joining the tour in late March in a short Instagram video.
I'm headed to Hong Kong and Australia in April for our @paulwalker Memorial Tour and Drive 4 Paul Memorial Events. We have some amazing stuff planned in multiple cities all to raise funds for @reachoutww Check out the following sites to find out more: Hong Kong: April 8-13: paulwalkermemorialtour.com Australia: April 14-17: Drive4Paul.com.au @deeplifestyles @unitedcinemas @eldoradounitedcinemas @unitedcinemas_craigieburn #supra #r34
Felicia also posted on Instagram, taking a scenic photo beside her husband.
“Made it to Australia! #sydney #drive4paul,” she captioned the photo.
“Fans will see that we, as clever as we could, have the presence of Paul and make mention of our brother,” Gibson, 38, says. “I think that at the end of the day, we’re just trying to do what we got to do to make [Paul], the family and all of the friends proud because the fans grew up with this man.”
The Fate of the Furious is in theaters now.