‘Parks and Recreation’ Special Has Already Raised $3 Million for Feeding America
Critics loved last night’s heartfelt “Parks and Recreation” reunion special, and the one-off episode has enjoyed early success in its mission to raise funds for charity.
The special has raised $3 million for Feeding America’s Covid-19 Relief Fund, according to NBC.Last night’s telecast of “A Parks and Recreation Special,” sponsored by State Farm and Subaru of America, has currently raised $3 million for Feeding America.
That statistic includes the $500,000 in matching donations from State Farm, Subaru of America, NBCUniversal and the producers, writers, and cast of “Parks and Recreation.”Variety reported around noon on Friday that the special had raised $2.8 million.
That number has since increased, but it’s just a starting point for the special, which is streaming on YouTube, Peacock, the NBC App, Hulu, and On Demand.
People can continue to contribute through May 21 at www.FeedingAmerica.org/ParksandRec.While the special served as a much-welcome
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