Bridget Moynahan, Bonnie Wright, and Other Trendsetters Commit To Living On $1.50 a Day

(Source: Steve Sands/Bauer Griffin/PacificCoastNews.com)To help raise funds and awareness for the 1.2 billion people living in extreme poverty, Bridget Moynahan, Bonnie Wright, and many more stylish celebs have signed up to participate in The Global Poverty Project's annual Live Below the Line campaign––following in the footsteps of alumni such as Malin Akerman, Sophia Bush, and Minka Kelly, to name but a few. Between April 28 and May 2, these celebrities will live on a food-and-drink budget of $1.50 for one to five days.

Benefiting more than 20 leading nonprofits around the globe, Live Below the Line aims to end extreme poverty within our generation, by the year 2030. Last year's campaign raised more than $4.4 million. Here's how it works: When you sign up, you can choose which organization will directly benefit from your fundraising efforts: The Global One Foundation, Heifer International, The Hunger Project, Kiva, Opportunity International, World Food Program USA, and many others.

Newsflash: the campaign is now live, so join these actresses and their peers in the fight to end extreme poverty. Sign up for this very worthy cause at livebelowtheline.com.

Inside the 'Legends' VIP Show and PartyModel Bridget Moynahan attends Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey presents 'Legends' at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on February 20, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. (Getty Images)more pics
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