Entertainment writer and friend of the show Layne Morgan has teamed up with “The 100” actor Devon Bostick, who plays Jasper Jordan, to unite fans, cast and crew to do social good. The endeavor is run by the duo and is not affiliated with The CW or Warner Brothers.
According to the project’s official Tumblr The 100 Charity Project aims to focus the show’s following to make the world a better place. The post-apocalyptic survival TV program is an easy source of inspiration. It’s a chance for “… fans to be like the heroes they see on the show and make a huge difference in the world we live in for the better.”READ MORE: Wisconsin Man Accused In Plot To Kidnap Gov. Whitmer Now In State Custody
Bostick took to Twitter account with 124k followers with a mysterious tease to the full plan yet to be revealed.
Morgan, Bostick, showrunner Jason Rothenberg, castmembers Eliza Taylor, Bobby Morley, Thomas McDonnel, Lindsey Morgan, Katie Stuart, Ricky Whittle, Richard Harmon, Sachin Sahel and Jarod Joseph appear in a video summarizing the project and how everyone can participate.READ MORE: Gov. Whitmer Honored By JFK Library Foundation For Role In Fighting Pandemic
Tuesday, the mission for April 14 – April 31, was promised to be announced borrowing a line from the show as the hashtag #TheLivingAreHungry.
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What causes should be addressed first? As Clarke Griffin said, “Maybe life should be about more than just surviving.”