What happens when Seth Rogen and University of Vermont students team up to end Alzheimer’s? Awesomeness.
Seth Rogen, Lauren Miller Rogen and Chris Mintz-Plasse (aka McLovin) headed to The University of Vermont (UVM) to encourage students to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s and celebrate the winners of this year’s Hilarity for Charity U (HFC U) challenge.
We can laugh at Seth’s hilariousness, but Alzheimer’s is nothing to laugh about. The disease touches millions, including Lauren’s family. Seth and Lauren’s personal connection to Alzheimer’s led them, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, to start Hilarity for Charity and HFC U to #ENDALZ.
#HFCU asked college kids across the country to step up and raise funds to #ENDALZ, with the winning group getting to meet Seth and Lauren.
The University of Vermont’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority threw down, raising more than $30,000 to #ENDALZ and winning the #HFCU 2015 challenge.
It is safe to say that after all their hard work, the members of UVM’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority who attended the event were excited to have #HFCU on campus.
And what’s a celebrity campus visit without a selfie?
The #HFCU champs joined Seth, Lauren and Chris for a live screening of Superbad to celebrate raising the most money to #ENDALZ.
Throughout the event, Seth dropped some knowledge on how UVM’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority are fighting Alzheimer’s and why we need to join them.
The work to #ENDALZ does not stop here. Will you join the fight? Visit hilarityforcharity.org to find out what you can do.