Lauren Cohan & the GOFoods Foundation

In this picture Lauren with Brad Stewart and Mike Casperson talking about GOFoods.

(PRNewsFoto/GOFoods Global) HOLLYWOOD, CA UNITED STATES – Feb. 26, 2012 writes:  GOFoods Global, the nation’s category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, announced the official launch of the GOFoods Foundation this weekend at the GBK Luxury Gift Lounge in honor of the 84th Annual Academy Awards. As part of the company’s donation of 120 grab-and-go survival backpacks (valued at $250 each) to the event’s complete charity gift bag, celebrities received a product credit towards additional GOFoods products towards their own charitable initiatives, or they can elect to donate their credit directly to the GOFoods Foundation and give 100 meals directly to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. 

Several celebrities expressed comments while being introduced to the GOFoods Foundation. Melissa McCarthy, “Bridesmaids” Academy Award nominee for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, said that charitable food initiatives were near and dear to her heart, and Lauren Cohan, actress from the new hit TV series, “The Walking Dead,” shared that she understood that food storage meant that “in the zombie apocalypse you actually have something to eat.” Kristi Lauren, from the TV series “I Hate My Teenage Daughter,” said she especially appreciated the GoFoods Foundation Los Angeles Regional Food Bank initiative, giving her “goosebumps”. GOFoods has not only partnered with GBK and celebrities but also national and local press, many of whom will donate thousands and thousands of meals to those in need living in Los Angeles area.

So, Lauren is a supporter of the GoFoods Foundation, she was in Hollywood this Sunday. Good to know! Sweet, talented, nice, funny, super beautiful and bighearted = Perfection.

READ MORE FOR THE ITALIAN TRANSLATION scrive: GOFoods Global, creatore nazionale della categoria che premiava la qualità delle riserve alimentari e della  nutrizione shelf-life, ha annunciato il lancio ufficiale della Fondazione GOFoods questo weekend al Luxury Gift Lounge GBK in onore del 84 ° Annual Academy Awards. Come parte della donazione della società, 120 zaini di sopravvivenza (del valore di 250 $ ciascuno) con sacchetto di beneficenza completo in dono alla manifestazione, le celebrità ricevono un credito verso altri prodotti GOFoods verso le proprie iniziative di beneficenza, oppure possono scegliere di donare il loro credito direttamente alla Fondazione GOFoods e dare 100 pasti direttamente alla Banca Regionale Food di Los Angeles.

Le celebrità hanno espresso alcuni commenti in fase di introduzione alla Fondazione GOFoods. Melissa McCarthy, “Bridesmaids”, candidato all’Oscar come Migliore Attrice non protagonista, ha detto che le iniziative caritative alimentari erano vicine e care al suo cuore, e Lauren Cohan, attrice della nuova serie TV di successo, “The Walking Dead”, ha condiviso con noi il suo pensiero dicendo di aver capito che grazie alla conservazione degli alimenti durante “l’apocalisse degli zombie avremo qualcosa da mangiare. ” Kristi Lauren, dalla serie TV “I Hate My Teenage Daughter”, ha detto che ha particolarmente apprezzato l’iniziativa della Banca Regionale alimentare della GoFoods Foundation di Los Angeles, dando la sua “pelle d’oca”.

GOFoods non solo ha collaborato con GBK e altre celebrità, ma anche mobilitato la stampa nazionale e locale, molti dei quali doneranno migliaia e migliaia di pasti alle persone bisognose che vivono nella zona di Los Angeles.


Posted on 27 February 2012, in About Lauren, Lauren Cohan, Lauren on the Web, The Walking Dead. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Lauren is a class act and very generous. We loved meeting her, sharing the amazing GOFoods mission and products, and hearing about her compassionate beliefs in helping those in need.

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