Reel life couple Lana Condor and Noah Centineo enjoy a massive following on the internet nd their fans adore them for their philanthropic nature. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before co-stars Lana and Noah are gearing up for charity table read for fans. They recently confessed that how the activist wokr brought them closer as friends. Lana and Noah will be hosting a special-live streamed table reading of scenes from all the three films in the All The Boys trilogy. The reading will also include a special scene from the upcoming third part of the franchise titled To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean. The goal for the charity event is to get 5000 fans to make a donation of any amount to the organization and other groups Favored Nation has teamed up with to support. All the proceeds collected through the charity will go to Centineo’s non-profit organisation- Favored Nations. Late the funds will be distributed to fighting racial injustice, including Black Lives Matter, Know Your Rights Camp, Color Of Change and many more. In a interaction Centineo said, “Like a lot of people were just asking ourselves, like, how can we do our part to help. Explaining how they came up with the idea of hosting charity table read, he said, “For me, I felt like I was coming from a place of ignorance and a lot of it was just [wondering], ‘What can I do to help?'” Noah then approached Lana with the idea of charity table read and their passion for making a change united them in a new way apart from acting. Lana also seemed elated to be working with Noah for a noble cause.