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The Big Little Lies Cast Provides Meals to Frontline Workers in Five Cities


The Big Little Lies Cast Provides Meals to Frontline Workers in Five Cities

The Monterey Five is working with Frontline Foods to donate meals from female-operated restaurants during the pandemic.

  • The cast of Big Little Lies has teamed up once more, this time to provide food to frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The Monterey Five, Reese Witherspoon, Zoë Kravitz, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, and Shailene Woodley, are working with Frontline Foods.
  • Funds raised support local businesses to prepare and deliver food to essential workers during this challenging time.

Even though Big Little Lies Season 3 is still just a dream, the stars of the show continue to demonstrate why we all fell in love with them in the first place.

Reese Witherspoon, Zoë Kravitz, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, and Shailene Woodley are donating meals to frontline workers in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Rhode Island, Atlanta, and Flint, Michigan. The Monterey Five has committed to working with Frontline Foods to support female-owned restaurants, which will make and deliver meals to essential hospital and healthcare workers on the frontline during the pandemic.

Witherspoon shared an update about the deliveries on Instagram and wrote, “The Monterey Five are back… and this time for a great cause!” She continued, “The #BigLittleLies cast teamed up with @FrontlineFoods to sponsor meals for medical heroes in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Nashville, New Orleans, and New York City who are working tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy. This amazing cause not only supports frontline workers, but also supports local restaurants!”

The Legally Blonde star also thanked Kerry Washington and the cast of Scandal for inspiring the Big Little Lies stars to get involved with the incredible endeavor.

Dern also posted about the cause and wrote on Instagram, “All of the restaurants we partnered with are women-owned small businesses or have a female chef! The cities we sponsored are very close to our hearts and the communities have been hit hard.”