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Lindsay Lohan Teams Up With 'Mean Girls' Cast On October 3rd For A Good Cause

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By Ryan Naumann

Lindsay Lohan has teamed up with the cast of “Mean Girls” to raise money for charity.

Lohan posted a video of her and her co-stars talking about their new campaign for the Thirst Project.

The cast is trying to raise $8,000 to build a freshwater well in Uganda. The well will bring fresh water to 500 people, for the rest of their lives.

They are asking fans to pay $3, all on October 3. The cast promises to share photos of the well when finished.

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In the video, the original cast members include Lacy Chabert, Amanda Seyfried, Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Franzese and Jonathan Bennett.

Rachel McAdams did not join the OG Plastics for the campaign.

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Lilo captioned the video, “You know what day it is!! This year #MeanGirlsDoGood We’ve teamed up with @thirstproject to help build clean water projects 💧 Click the link in my bio & help us fund an entire freshwater well!

The campaign website states, “Right now, over 600 MILLION people on our planet don't have access to safe, clean drinking water, and it's not just a big number. What that really means is that in developing communities all over the world, women & children walk, on average, 3.75 miles from their homes to whatever water sources are available to them - ponds, rivers, and even swamps.”

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Bennett wrote, "This #October3rd the #MeanGirlsDoGood We’ve teamed up with @thirstproject to build clean water wells in Africa. So to our fans please GIVE (it would be so fetch.) And thank you for the years of continued support. Now let’s raise some money!! #MeanGirlsDay. "

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Further, “Drinking from these open, unprotected water sources that are often shared with animals causes people to get sick with easily preventable diseases. Diarrhea & dysentery alone kill more people than HIV & malaria COMBINED and 1,000 children under the age of FIVE will die TODAY from preventable waterborne diseases.”

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