It’s October 3rd and we all know what that means. It’s the official Mean Girls Day. Twitter users are celebrating the anniversary in their own way by sharing their favorite dialogues and GIFs from the Mean Girls movie. Mean Girls was released in 2004 and today the cast celebrates 15th anniversary. In fact, Lindsay Lohan, Daniel Franzese, Amanda Seyfried, Jonathan Bennett and others have joined their hands to support a very special cause today. This Mean Girls squad is celebrating 15th anniversary by doing good to the world. The cast has teamed up with Thirst Project.
Lindsay Lohan & Mean Girls Cast Support Thirst Project
Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried and the Mean Girls as well as Jonathan Bennett & Daniel Franzese recorded a special video request for their fans. They are requesting their fans to “give” today. Mean Girls cast have teamed up with Thirst Project. In fact, their project helps building fresh water wells in developing countries to bring clean water to those who need it the most. It is a great project based in Los Angeles, California.
663 million people on our planet do not have access to safe, clean drinking water. And we want to change that.
The Mean Girls squad is helping to build a well in Uganda which will cost $8000. In fact, this well will provide water to a village with 500 people, for the rest of their lives. And all they are asking is that every Mean Girl fan should donate $3 only. The cast will also share photos and videos once the well is completed.
Water is a basic human right. So, join the fight.
About Thirst Project x Mean Girls
Thirst Project and Mean Girls teaming up for a great cause is really amazing. To promote “Mean Girls Do Good”, they are collecting donations for a “Mean Girl” well which will be situated in a village in Uganda. Unfortunately, in developing countries, women and children walk for miles to whatever water sources they can reach. These water sources can be ponds, rivers and even swamps. If they drink from these unprotected water sources, they can get sick with diseases like Diarrhea and Dysentery.
Thirst Project has raised donations of $10 million approx. in last 10 years. And they have built wells to provide fresh clean water to 400,000 people in 13 different countries. You can donate here. So far, the project has raised $2,515 out of needed $8,000.