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Pics: Bella Thorne, Neil Patrick Harris, and Matt Bomer Serve Thanksgiving Food for the Homeless

November 22, 2012, 9:31 am GMT

Among other artists participating in the Los Angeles charity mission for Thanksgiving are Eileen Davidson, Malin Akerman, Blair Underwood, Kirk Douglas and Tatyana Ali.



In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Bella Thorne, Neil Patrick Harris, Matthew Bomer and many other celebrities were giving back by serving food to homeless people at the Los Angeles Mission in California, on Wednesday, November 21. The actress and actors enthusiastically did their job as food servants at the event while donning red aprons.

For the occasion, Bella wore matching pink pants and brown shoes. She came with boyfriend Tristan Klier. Expressing her excitement, she posted a picture of her and Tristan posing in a food booth on Wednesday, November 21. The CeCe Jones of "Shake It Up" then tweeted, "Team work! I'm the plate server.. He's the plate runner! @tristanklier89 Los Angeles mission."

Neil, meanwhile, beamed while serving meats to the homeless customers using kitchen tongs. The "How I Met Your Mother" actor wore a neat white shirt, gray jacket, and a matching tie. Another actor, "White Collar" hunk Matthew, wore a blue-and-white stripped shirt topped with a dark blue sweater.

Also joining the charity work were Eileen Davidson, Malin Akerman, Blair Underwood, Kirk Douglas, Zachary Levi and Tatyana Ali among others. Some police officers, including Police Chief Charlie Beck, also volunteered to serve food to the Skid Row homeless.

Los Angeles Mission is a charity organization, which aims to provide support, hope, and opportunity to the ones who need them. It has a mission to change the lives of poor people. The charity work also aims to protect homeless people.










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