Veronica Mars Season 4 Episode 1 At Hulu Will Feed A Child Via NoKidHungry Campaign
For every stream of the 1st episode of Veronica Mars Season four- till August 31, Hulu will donate $1 (up to $50,000) to the NoKidHungry campaign.
According to the campaign,1 in 6 children in America experiences hunger, all across the United States. Hence, with Every $1 donated through the streaming service the fundraising organization can feed up to 10 meals to a child in need.
For every stream of the 1st episode of #VeronicaMars S4 (now through August 31), Hulu will donate $1 (up to $50,000) to @NoKidHungry, a national campaign working to end childhood hunger in the US. Every $1 can provide up to 10 meals to a child in need. pic.twitter.com/0vNq21Dlip
— hulu (@hulu) August 4, 2019
Veronica Mars Season 4
Season Four of Veronica Mars is a limited series of eight episodes that aired on Hulu. In September 2018, Hulu gave green signal for the production of the fourth season which was released on July 19, 2019. The series stars Kristen Bell as the title eponymous character.
Primarily, the series which is set in the town of Neptune, California, premiered on September 22th in 2004 on UPN. However, the teen drama ended on May 22nd, 2007 on UPN’s successor, The CW. The series aired three seasons in total. The fourth season, in fact, opens, twelve years after the series finale.
Synopsis Of Season 4
Neptune has now become a ground of murder for poor spring breakers, the Mars Investigations then took charge to find the murderer of one of the victims. Veronica, hence, found herself involved in a mystery connected to the town’s elites. With the help of her allies, Veronica starts her mission to save the victims.
The Cast Of Veronica Mars Season 4
This Rob Thomas directed teen noir mystery series is very popular. Besides the iconic Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars, you can watch Enrico Colantoni as Keith Mars, Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls, Ryan Hansen as Dick Casablancas, Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel and Max Greenfield as Leo D’Amato.
Share Our Strength, a nonprofit organization has initiated No kids Hungry campaign in America. The cause works to overcome hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world. Share Our Strength, in fact, launched No Kid Hungry in 2010. It raises funds in innovative ways. Multiple chefs and restaurants donate at more than 60 events throughout the United States and Canada.
Celebrities Contributing To The NoKidHungry Cause
Besides Kristen Bell, many popular celebs and chefs support the cause. Some names are Kevin Bacon, Jeff Bridges, and Skai Jackson.
Popular Chef Ayesha Curry’s cheeky® Kids presented the Mealtime Collection with whimsical characters to its line of reusable tableware. In fact, for every item purchased, Cheeky will donate one meal to a needy U.S child via the NoKidHungry platform.