Jennifer Garner took a trip last week to wildfire-ravaged Northern California.
She made the visit on behalf of the nonprofit ‘Save The Children‘.
On Thursday, the 48-year-old actress was seen running some errands by herself in LA. She was covering her face with a face mask as required in California because of the pandemic.
Garner kept her style very low key for her outing.
She wore a white t-shirt and paired it off with khaki green cotton pants and off-white sneakers.
Garner styled her hair by tying it up in a messy top knot.
She accessorised her look with a pair of sunglasses. She also had a large canvas tote over one shoulder.
What Went Down With Garner In Her Trip To The Tribal Lands Of Fresno County?
This Tuesday, Garner took to her Instagram account and posted some photos and a video from her trip.
She went there to see the educational support and disaster relief efforts that are being provided by ‘Save The Children’.
In the pictures, Garner was surveying the burned areas of The Big Sandy Rancheria of Mono Indians of California in Fresno County.
Garner met with the Big Sandy Rancheria’s Tribal Chairperson, Liz Kipp. She also met the Director of Native Wellness for Fresno American Indian Health Project, Darlene Franco.
The three took part in a prayer ceremony, where they called for Creator to watch over and guide everyone towards helping the land heal from its wounds.