Halle Berry and Kate Hudson Team Up to Aid World Hunger in New Campaign

The Hollywood stars are giving back through a project with designer Michael Kors.
Halle Berry and Kate Hudson

Halle Berry and Kate Hudson.

Actresses Halle Berry and Kate Hudson are using their platforms to give back to an important cause. The two have teamed up to participate in Michael Kors’ Watch Hunger Stop campaign, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month.

All profits from sales of the campaign’s designer merchandise, including a T-shirt ($40) and canvas tote ($73.50), will go the World Food Programme. In a pic shared to Berry’s Instagram account on Oct. 1, she and and Hudson modeled the crewneck top. They each paired the casual tee with black hot pants and heels.

“Every human on this Earth deserves clothes on their back and food in their mouth,” the Catwoman star wrote in part of her caption. “I’m honored to use my voice to spread awareness about @michaelkors#WatchHungerStop campaign.”

The designer’s Watch Hunger Stop campaign merchandise also features a silver watch with a blue face ($325). For each one sold, the organization will donate the equivalent of 200 meals to the World Food Programme.

Berry noted in an IG post on Sept. 17 that since the campaign launched 10 years ago, “over 30 million school meals have been provided to children around the world.”

“I love this!” one enthusiastic fan commented. “Keep going, we’ll end hunger worldwide, when there’s will there’s way!! Fantastic!!!”

“Thanks for being part of the solution and not the problem!!” another person added.

“Thanks for being the amazing person you are!! ❤️🔥😍,” someone else applauded of Berry.

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