Kristen Bell Can’t Get High Anymore: “I’m Always Around My Kids”
For Bell, that also includes investing her time and energy into causes she believes in. “You know, I like sleeping well at night. I really like it. It’s so peaceful when you know you’re doing the right thing,” she deadpans. From the beginning, she knew Happy Dance would give at least 1% of the profits of every product sold to A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project, which was founded by Susan Burton to provide housing, case management, pro bono legal services, advocacy, and leadership development for women rebuilding their lives after prison. “It seemed like the perfect partnership given the fact that many of the women she helps are women incarcerated for low-level marijuana charges, sometimes more,” Bell says. “I’m going to make my mission to make Happy Dance survive and hopefully give her more than 1%.”

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