Lori Loughlin thanked nonprofit Project Angel Food for their support when she felt "down and broken."

The actress made the statement at the organization's "Lead With Love 3" telethon last Saturday.

"I'm so proud to be here and working with this organization because they really do care. It's really a community," she said during her speech.

The nonprofit group hosted the "Lead With Love 3" telethon to aid in raising awareness of the problem of local food insecurity.

"I got to work everywhere — packed a lot of cereal, and I've packed a lot of fruit. Bags and bags of fruit," the "Fuller Houser" star described her experience with the organization.

The actress said she enjoyed developing connections with the people she met while carrying out her responsibilities.

Loughlin has maintained a quiet lifestyle since the college admission scandal.

She returned to the big screen in Dec 2021 in Hallmark's spinoff series, "When Hope Calls."

She starred as Abigail Stanton, a role she previously played in the parent show, "When Calls The Heart."