Go on a Virtual Coffee Date With The Office Actors by Donating to COVID-19 Relief Efforts
Growing tired of seeing the same co-workers or friends on Zoom calls every other day? What if you could do a video chat with some of the most popular cast members from The Office, instead?
As reported by People, actors behind the Dunder Mifflin crew are teaming up with Omaze to set up a virtual coffee date with a few lucky fans. What's the catch? Well, not much; all you have to do is take part in the campaign. You can enter once for free, or you can spend $10 for 100 entries, $25 for 250, $50 for 1000, or $100 for 2000. All the proceeds from the money you spend will be donated to the Variety Boys & Girls Club, an organization that's currently helping provide meals and supplies to families affected by COVID-19.
The Office stars Creed Bratton (who, of course, played Creed), Kate Flannery (Meredith), Oscar Nuñez (Oscar), and Melora Hardin (Jan), made the exciting announcement on YouTube, explaining why this opportunity is so important right now. "There are so many nonprofits that are suffering right now, particularly the Variety Boys & Girls Club here in L.A.," Flannery says in the video below, with Nuñez adding, "And so we thought, why not get together with a few Office fans and see if we could help them out?"
Bratton explains what fans can expect from the coffee date, hilariously teasing, "We’re going to have so much fun, [we'll] get to know each other, we’ll talk about the show, I’ll get your credit card information, stuff like that. And I’ll tell you some juicy behind-the-scenes gossip!"
To donate and enter to win, head to Omaze here. You have until May 21 to enter, and the winner will be announced on June 10.