Kristen Bell: Win a "Totally Platonic" Date With the Veronica Mars Actress!

Celebrity Moms Jul. 2, 2013 AT 11:30AM

Squee! Kristen Bell is asking "ladies and gentlemen, marshmallows, my fellow Americans" to come to her aid again, and if you do, you could win a date -- for real! -- with the actress.

In this endearingly goofy video shared exclusively with Us, the 32-year-old star explains her latest plea for funding: "There are two things I really care about: the Veronica Mars movie getting made and changing the world. You guys are already getting the Veronica Mars movie getting made. Well played. Now I want you to change the world with me," she pleas. (Fans raised $5.7 million via Kickstarter earlier this year to help finance the TV-show-inspired film, which is already in production in L.A.)

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Bell is asking fans to donate this time to Invisible Children, "a charity that's so near and dear to my heart"; the organization aims to stop Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army from abducting children and killing civilians in East and Central Africa.

Credit: Kristen Bell is offering herself up for a date to those who donate to Invisible Children.

When you donate to her cause at prizeo.com/kristen this month, you also enter to win a date with the actress. "Not my date like we're going to hook up, but my date like we'll sit at the table together. Maybe we'll hold hands. I don't know. We'll see how the night goes," she helpfully clarifies.

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Her plans with the winner? A date to a human rights conference in August thrown by Invisible Children. "We're going to eat, we're going to dance, we're going to get our minds blown together."

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Along for the evening will be other stars like Rachel Bilson, Sophia Bush, Veronica Mars' Ryan Hansen, who makes an adorable cameo in the video. Fiance Dax Shepard and their 3-month-old daughter, Lincoln, unfortunately, do not appear in the clip, but their dog does!

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