Lacey Chabert may not have been able to make “fetch” happen in “Mean Girls”, but the star is trying to make a positive impact on “Mean Girls” Day for the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting.

Since it’s October 3rd, the original stars have joined together to help raise funds in association with the National Compassion Fund, a program in the National Center for Victims of Crime. In a video calling for donations, Chabert is joined by her “Mean Girls” co-stars Amanda Seyfried, who played ditsy-but-lovable blonde Karen, Daniel Franseze, who played the “too gay to function” Damian, and Jonathan Bennett whose character Aaron Samuels famously asked Lindsay Lohan what day it is, thus launching the celebrated “Mean Girls” Day.

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The stars filmed a video asking for people to “do something grool” and donate $3 today towards helping victims with 100 per cent of funds raised going towards those affected by the tragic event on Oct. 1. The campaign’s goal is to raise $300,000.

Following the video’s release, “Mean Girls” star Lindsay Lohan joined the effort, releasing a video that also featured co-stars Lizzie Caplan and Rajiv Surendra.

“Hey everyone, thank you for donating, and Happy ‘Mean Girls’ Day,” says LiLo in the video. “That was so fetch of you.” Watch:

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