Ben Stiller’s Noble Quest to Save Children By Single-Handedly Bringing Back the Headband
Want to channel your inner Derek Zoolander this holiday season—and do some good while you’re at it?
Ben Stiller has a proposal for you.
Inspired by Lance Armstrong’s ubiquitous “LiveStrong” wristbands, the Meet the Parents actor has launched a charitable campaign, StillerStrong, in conjunction with Save the Children. Stiller is selling practical and oh-so-stylish headbands, emblazoned with the name of the organization, with proceeds going toward the schoolchildren of Cévérine, Haiti.
Donations will help to build classrooms, buy school supplies and hire teachers—and unlike at the Derek Zoolander Center For Children Who Can’t Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too, the classrooms will actually be full-scale. We’re pretty sure.
See Stiller explain the project in the video below:
Can you think of a better way to be fashionably charitable? Yeah, we didn’t think so. Head on over to StillerStrong’s official Web site to make a difference. Fabulously.