Seth Rogen may be at war with the fraternity next door in "Neighbors," but he's making a special trip to the University of Vermont to say thank you to the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity there.
He and wife Lauren Miller's Hilarity for Charityannounced on Thursday (April 17) that the organization beat out the more than 270 student organizations and college campuses in the fight to raise the most funds for Alzheimer's Association.
Hilarity for Charity is an effort to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer's among a younger generation. The fraternity raised more than $27,000 and the overall program topped $128,567. Rogen and Miller will travel to the campus to host an advance screening of "Neighbors," followed by a Q&A.
"We are psyched to see the overwhelming dedication of all of the college students involved," said Rogen. "I didn't go to college, but if I did, I can't say my priority would have been thinking about Alzheimer's."
University Of Vermont's Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity beat out the more than 270 student organizations and college campuses in the fight to raise the most funds for Alzheimer's Association.
"This just further proves that Alzheimer's affects all generations, and that young people are ready to get involved in making a difference," Miller added. "I can't wait to see how students come together for the next semester of HFC U in the fall."