Lucy Fry is joining forces with Thrive Market to bring food stamps online, which would help millions of Americans access healthy food.
The 24-year-old Vampire Academy actress and other celebrities like Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder are speaking out because many of the 46.5 million Americans living on food stamps do not have access to a car but do have access to the Internet.
“Isn’t it crazy that you can go online and buy unicorn meat but we can’t go online and use food stamps to buy healthy food?” Lucy asks in a PSA.
Thrive Market even started a petition to ask the government to make food stamps available online, which you can sign here.
Lucy Fry and Stef Dawson are all smiles as they hit the red carpet at the Australians In Film: Heath Ledger Scholarship Dinner held at Mr. C Beverly Hills on Wednesday (June 1) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
“Thank you to @australiansinfilm for having us along to the 8th Annual Heath Ledger scholarship,” Olivia captioned with her Instagram post. “@ashleighlillian – congratulations on your well deserved honour and everyone else participating. Words cannot describe how happy we are for you, little gem.”
In case you missed the cool news, JJJ readers – Lucy Fry has been cast in the upcoming film 6 Miranda Drive!
According to Deadline, the 22-year-old Vampire Academy actress joins Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Morrison, and Radha Mitchell in the story about a family that returns home from a Grand Canyon vacation with a supernatural force in tow.
Lucy will play a character named Stephanie, being described as “the family’s bright and introverted teenage daughter.”
We can’t wait to see Lucy in this spooky horror film! It started shooting back in March.