Zac Efron Looks Gooood In His Bathrobe: How You Can Do Good In Yours

Photo: (Getty)

Photo: (Getty)

Zac Efron, where have you been all my life? To quote the Backstreet Boys, “I don’t care who you are. Where you’re from. What you did. As long as you love me.”

I honestly don’t know what Zac’s been up to since his Disney days, but photos of the 25-year-old actor wearing a striped robe on the “Townies” set hit the Internet this morn, and he is lookin’ goooood. Here’s how you can change the world while loungin’ around in your robe.

+  Text For Good

While the rest of the world is Snapchatting pictures of their…whatevers, DoSomething.org uses text messages to hook teens up with sweet volunteer opportunities that don’t require money, a parent or a ride. They’re currently texting with 1,000,000 young people across the country. Text JOIN to 38383 to start now.

+ Get Your College Dollars

A lot of people think they can’t afford to go to college, but MTV and Get Schooled wanna help you get your share of the $51 billion in scholarships and federal and state grants currently available to students. Visit My College Dollars to search and apply for the money you need!

+ Love Is Louder

Love Is Louder is a global community that comes together to prove that love is louder than any feelings of sadness or acts of violence. To join the movement, write the phrase “Love Is Louder” on your hand, take a photo, and post it online for your friends, family and followers to see. Add hashtags like “#boston” to tie your statement in with current events.

+ Say Something Nice

When was the last time you told your mom you loved her? Or texted your little sis? Or just picked up the phone for no reason other than to say something nice to somebody? Brighten someone’s day by shooting them a friendly text or Twitter compliment. You never know — that person may really need it!

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Get Your College Dollars

Get Your College Dollars

Get the money you need to go to school!

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Uniting for Boston

Uniting for Boston

Unite with Love is Louder to help those hurt by the Boston marathon bombing.