***Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.***
Hi and welcome to the forums!
You can use "in order to" for this sentence, however, it's just optional.
I learned that it's better to use "in order to" when you start a sentence or a specific part of a sentence.
In order to learn something we go to school.
We go to school (in order) to learn something.
I will help you in order to be your friend.
(You want to be his friend, so you will help him.)
Anyway, I hope some other members will respond as well.
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