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Kristen Bell is a modern Renaissance woman. From her career on Broadway at the age of 20 to her later leading roles in television series such as Veronica Mars and The good place to box office hits like Forget Sarah Marshall and the Frozen Franchise – not to mention her most iconic role as narrator of gossip merchant– Bell has made a name for himself in Hollywood. While Bell's acting achievements alone exceed expectations, Bell's passions go beyond the big screen.
Bell is committed to giving something back to the community two Companies with a focused order in mind. Announced as one of Target's five major emerging brands, snack bar companies That saves lives was founded out of a desire to end childhood malnutrition by introducing a model that sends groceries to a child in need with every purchase. Today, the company has grown into an emerging company that is represented in over 20,000 retailers across the country and is expanding to Canada. As if that weren't impressive enough, Bell and her husband Dax Shepard started just last year Hello Bello, a line of high quality yet affordable baby products. Hello Bello has not only created a caring parenting community, but also helps eliminate the difficult decision parents inevitably face: what's good for your baby and what's best for your budget? In the first year of the company alone, the company donated over a million diapers. It goes without saying that Bell's infectious passion for giving something back is expressed in their companies.
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