Brian Austin Green & Jason George Team Up To Help Boys & Girls Clubs In #DriveHope4Kids Campaign | CP

Hollywood's biggest stars are giving back this holiday season!

Two Hollywood Dads Give Back! ❤️

Brian Austin Green and Jason George are teaming up to give back in a huge way.

The Hollywood actors are giving away magical prizes this holiday season, all in an effort to raise money for local Boys & Girls Clubs across the country with the #DriveHope4Kids campaign.

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting millions of students nationwide, the two dads are spreading their fatherly love to help those in need.

"Having kids and being as involved in the family and using this platform the best I possibly can, and raising money for people... that's what I love to do, so this just felt like a perfect fit," Green said.

"The funds will help meal programs. You keep hearing in the pandemic about how kids [are] not going to school [and] not eating. That's some of the only meals they get during the day. Well, Boys & Girls Clubs helps fill that void and they've been doing that during the pandemic," George said.

The #DriveHope4Kids campaign is all about helping kids during these very unfortunate times, but one lucky donor will also receive the prize of a lifetime by donating to the cause!

"This brand new car [will be] hand delivered by Ludacris himself! When all is safe, he'll be handing you the keys, having lunch with you, and you'll be driving off in the new 2021 Ford Branco first edition," Green said.

One lucky donor will receive $50,000 and a brand new customized 2021 Ford Branco, handed over by Ludacris in the new year! Visit WinANewBronco.com to donate and enter into the sweepstakes. The deadline to enter is January 19, 2021.

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