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Actress Kristen Bell will meet and greet her fans for charity this weekend.

The 28-year-old Heroes star – who is well known for her support of animal welfare charities and is also a member of the Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet – will be at frozen yogurt giant Red Mango’s 1-year anniversary in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 2. The actress will be signing autographs at the store on Weyburn Avenue from 1-3pm, and the store will be donating all of its proceeds for the day to Invisible Children, a charity that aims to create awareness regarding the plight of the people of northern Uganda by educating and inspiring individuals to use their voices for change.

Motivated by the unseen war in Northern Uganda, Invisible Children was created by three young filmmakers with a singular mission: To use the power of stories to change lives around the world. The charity has garnered support from bands such as Fall Out Boy and Paramore, and the original founders created a video to raise awareness of the tragic realities of Northern Uganda’s child soldiers.

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