Zendaya Partners With Pop Sockets to Raise Money For Food Access Organization

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Zendaya attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Smallfoot" at Regency Village Theatre on Sept. 22, 2018 in Westwood, Calif.

Zendaya has partnered with Pop Sockets to raise money for charity. The three phone mount/grip/earbud holder hybrids, created by Zendaya with visual artists Craig & Karl, depict the same motif of two hands entwined in a heart shape. 

Fifty percent of all proceeds on the purchases of these Pop Sockets -- "Love in the Light," "Love Everywhere," and "Love in the Dark" -- benefit FoodCorps, a nonprofit organization which works to connect children to healthy food in schools. Each of the Zendaya Pop Sockets retails for $15.

In an announcement posted to Twitter, Zendaya showed fans she was already using the "Love in the Light" model.

The 22-year old entertainer's history of activism also includes supporting LGBTQ rights and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Check out Zendaya's tweet below.