Singer and performer Bobby Brown took to social media this weekend to remember his late daughter bobbi kristina Brown. She would have been twenty-four years old this past Saturday. Her mother, powerhouse singer whitney houston died in February 2012 after drowning in a bathtub at a Beverly Hills hotel.

The New Edition singer, who was married to "The Bodyguard" star and iconic singer from 1992-2007, posted several messages and pictures on Twitter remembering his daughter. The aspiring performer died in July 2015 after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta home.

Her partner, Nick Gordon was ultimately found responsible for her death ordered to pay 36-million dollars to her family. However, he was never formally charged for her death.

Remembering his daughter

The singer's posts spanned from pictures from her childhood to her adult life, all of which featured the caption, "Today we celebrate you, baby girl" and the hashtag BobbiKristinaBrown.

He also posted the link to a non-profit he began in her honor in 2015, shortly after her untimely death. The website, according to Fox News, "is fueled by the love of a father whose daughter was a victim of domestic violence." Also, he posted information on a silent auction he is holding on eBay, as well as several t-shirts and buttons he is selling to raise money and bring awareness to such a painful and horrific issue.

Helping domestic violence victims

Brown's ultimate goal with the website, Bobbi Kristina's Serenity House, is to bring awareness to domestic violence and create a "safe haven, emergency center and advocacy resource center" for those who are victims of all types of abuse, including but not limited to physical, emotional, sexual and economic abuse.

The site defines different types of abuse and offers help and resources to assist those who are in abusive relationships and situations.

The "My Prerogative" singer also shares a father's philosophy about such abuse, where he explains the site and non-profit is a source of "empowerment" and that he hopes that those who visit "regain the power within." He wants to bring a voice to the voiceless and prevent other such incidents from occurring in the future.