Kristen Bell, Mystery Person

Courtesy: Invisible Children

Want to go on a date with Kristen Bell? Well now's your chance.

The adorable actress is giving away the chance to join her at the Fourth Estate leadership summit, a human rights conference that is thrown by Invisible Children. The charity deals with ending the Lord's Resistance Army in Central Africa and was founded in 2004. Bell revealed that she holds the organization "so near and dear to [her] heart."

But Bell was quick to clarify exactly what kind of an arrangement she's offering.

"Not my date like we're gonna hook up, but my date like we'll sit at the table together, maybe we'll hold hands! I don't know, we'll see how the night goes," she jokes in a cute promotional video.

The actress goes on to explain how fans that raise money for the cause will be in the running to win the date as the grand prize or other fun gifts like a signed headshot, a personalized thank-you note, or even a Skype session with the star.

But don't get any funny ideas, clothing is mandatory.

"Guys, don't be pervs," she quips.

Prizeo, a fundraising platform for celebs and their philanthropic efforts, has prepared a campaign for Kristen's fans to donate funds.

Bell talks about her past success with fundraising in the clip, saying, "There are only two things I really care about: The Veronica Mars movie getting made and changing the world."

"You guys are already getting the Veronica Mars movie, well played, now I want you to come change the world with me," she adds.

The lucky winner of the date will also be seated next to a slew of stars such as Sophia Bush and Rachel Bilson.

Bell's history of rallying her fans together in an effort to help projects she's interested in has been nothing but great thus far.

She and Mars' creator Rob Thomas reached their $2 million goal on Kickstarter less than 24 hours after the campaign was initially launched.

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