Lindsay Lohan supplies Syrian refugees with energy drinks
Lindsay Lohan wants to supply Syrian refugees with energy drinks.
The 30-year-old actress recently made a humanitarian visit to Turkey to visit refugees from the war torn city of Aleppo in Syria, and plans to continue her efforts from home.
The 'Just My Luck' star has partnered with German energy drink company Mintanine, and the beverage - which is also available at the star's Greek nightclub - will be delivered to the refugee camps.
A source told New York Post's Page Six column: "There's hardly food, water or anything, so at this point sending anything is helpful. This is all part of Lindsay's mission to help refugees."
Mintanine is described on its website as "blue lemonade", but also boasts that it doesn't contain any "synthetic flavours".
The site says: "We do not use synthetic flavors or caffeine, no taurin, no aspartam, no inosit, but natural guarana."
It was previously revealed the 'Mean Girls' actress was "passionate" about working with young refugees.
A source said: "She spends time interacting with the kids. Listening to them, hearing their stories. Lindsay has always been passionate about children, especially those impacted by circumstances outside their control. She loves the work."
It had also previously been reported that the Hollywood star offered to volunteer at a hospital in Istanbul, which is staffed completely by Syrian doctors.
Turkey's youth and sports deputy minister Abdurrahim Boynukalin accompanied the 'Freaky Friday' star on her trip, and later praised her for her efforts.
He said: "The important thing is that a Hollywood star takes this matter seriously and bring it to the world stage."