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Will Ferrell Draws Snowman To Donate To Charity

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Sometimes it’s not easy to get up and go to work, and this is why we have coffee. Even better incentive is that now, thanks to 7-Eleven’s Cup for a Cause charity initiative, you can drink your cup o’ joe from a cup that funnyman Will Ferrell designed!

Yes, designed, because Cup for a Cause allows high-profile celebrities, such as Ferrell, to create coffee and soda cups for the convenience store chain. With each cup, 7-Eleven guarantees a minimum donation of $250,000 to the charity of the celebs choice.

In this case, Ferrell designed a cup featuring a comically simplistic snowman to benefit Cancer for College. The charity was founded by his longtime friend Craig Pollard, a two-time cancer survivor and double amputee, who started the nonprofit in 1993 to help cancer survivors attend college through academic scholarships.

“I hate cancer, but love college,” Ferrell said of his charity choice. The comedian starred in such films as Old School and Anchorman, and launched the website Funny Or Die in 2007.

Will Ferrell may not be a designer brand, but we’d still say this is a chic way to spend some of that extra change.

Check out Ferrell’s unique and hilarious design after the jump below.

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