Nick Offerman wants to lend his hands in helping the American Food Funds who provide food for the needy amidst the coronavirus crisis.
The comedian shared it on his official page stating that he will give away the proceeds from his 3 comedy exclusives to the Food Funds. The exclusives have one of the latest ones named “Full Bush” which were created at the Chicago Theater.
The film is described as “brand-spanking-new, never-before-seen broadcast special” dedicated to “the manners by which we modern Americans might pursue a lifestyle that can only be described as ‘Full Bush.’”
Followers can also buy “Summer of ’69: No Apostrophe,” a 2019 collaboration with his wife, Megan Mullally, and 2014’s “American Ham,” which was made at New York’s Town Hall.
These 3 can be rented for $5 and $11.99 for purchasing.
He shared on his page stating: “you rent or download any of my videos I will donate 100% of the profits to America’s Food Fund. They’re providing safe food to America’s most vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 outbreak.”
He also said: “If you decide not to watch a video today, please consider donating to America’s Food Fund anyhow. We’re in this together, and every dollar counts.”
The American Food Fund was started in collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio, Emerson Collective, Apple, and Ford Foundation to enhance food availability to the needy.