J.Love cooks brownies for old people

Jennifer Love Hewitt volunteered to take brownies to old people as part of a marketing bid by Betty Crocker. She got involved with “Bake and Take Day” which hopes to inspire people to make food for others in their community. It really is a nice idea, and we’re just being snotty. The press release is a bit self-congratulatory, though:

“I’m very happy to be working with Betty Crocker and the Bake and Take program,” said Hewitt. “It’s a wonderful way to raise awareness about the importance of giving back to people in your community by working with organizations that directly contribute to a person’s well-being, not only by providing nutritious meals but also human contact and interaction.”

Betty Crocker and Hewitt hope to inspire others to bake their favorite items and take them to the elderly, sick or needy in their community, and to encourage people to make a difference by getting involved with organizations like Project Angel Food, senior care centers, and other institutions.

We know Jennifer Love Hewitt is a kind, decent person because she listens to old people talk about their dead relatives and does lots of volunteer work.

Here is J.Love, who Wilmer Valderrama rated an 8 out of 10 in bed, working with “Bake and Take” yesterday in LA.

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