NEW YORK (AP) — Actress Halle Berry says she's a woman of compassion and fashion designer Michael Kors says he's a man of action. Together, they want to make a dent in the battle against hunger around the world.
They announced a philanthropic campaign Monday called Watch Hunger Stop that includes raising money through the sale of a version of Kors' best-selling Runway watch. For each $295 watch sold, 100 meals will be provided to children through the U.N. World Food Programme.
Berry and Kors are planning to visit places together where the meals will be sent, including Africa and Syria.
Berry, who is expecting her first child with fiance Olivier Martinez, said in an interview: "I hope we go while I'm pregnant, so I can talk about prenatal care."