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For Angela Kinsey and Ellie Kemper, the fun doesn’t have to end when the cameras stop rolling. In true trick-or-treat fashion, the castmates from “The Office” visited NBC Studios asking for donations for's Do Something 101 supply drive.

In a partnership with and Staples, Do Something 101 is an annual campaign that encourages school supplies donations that will be sent to a designated non-profit which is paired with a Staples store. The campaign began on July 4 and will end on September 18. Supplies can be dropped off at collection bins or cash donations can be made at any Staples store. With Ciara as 2009’s spokesperson and Jordin Sparks as 2008’s model, Twilight’s Nikki Reed is as energized as ever this year in Do Something 101’s PSA to get youth to host school supply drives in their community.

The Give-Back Pack program is a new addendum to the 2010 Do Something 101 campaign that has music artists Jason Derulo, Kellie Pickler and Drake Bell lined up to advocate for youth outreach online. An all-expenses-paid trip to meet Derulo, Pickler, and Bell will be awarded to one participant and can be entered through the website here.

The national campaign is reaching wider audiences, even including opportunities for teachers, coaches and parents; they can donate $5 by texting NOTEBOOK to 20222.

The video of Angela Kinsey and Ellie Kemper, which can be viewed here, shows the two stars raiding the offices and desks for supplies before they drop them off at their local Staples store, keeping a light and fun mood throughout the whole experience.

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