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Omaze are hosting another great Star Wars fundraiser, helping the charity USC McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative (NAI). Donate to win the chance to attend the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in LA and have dinner with Mark Hamill. Here are all the details you need….
After 42 years, the Skywalker saga is coming to an end with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. And who’s going to be among the first ever to see it? YOU. (Plus the insanely lucky guest you bring along.) We’ll fly you out to a galaxy far, far away (Los Angeles), where you’ll score two tickets to the film’s red carpet premiere. You’ll experience the thrilling conclusion on the big screen, among the incredible cast and crew that brought it to life, and go home with bragging rights for days. But that’s not all, because Luke Skywalker himself is also taking you out to dinner! That’s right, you’ll meet up with Mark Hamill while you’re in LA to enjoy an unforgettable meal featuring an assortment of behind-the-scenes stories that Wookieepedia doesn’t even know about. Talk about a satisfying meal. Flights and hotel included.
No donation or payment is necessary to enter or win this sweepstakes.
YOU AND A FRIEND WILL:
• Score two tickets to the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker premiere in Los Angeles
• Grab dinner with Mark Hamill on another night and let him blow your mind with never-before-heard Star Wars stories
• Get flown out and put up in a 4-star hotel
WHO YOU’LL HELP:
The USC McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative (NAI) is a comprehensive pre-college program designed to prepare students from South and East Los Angeles for admission to a college or university. Here’s how it works: Students participate in a seven-year program of after-school tutoring and Saturday morning classes. Parents attend a biweekly Family Development Institute program to create a 360 degree, hands-on approach to reinforce student academic goals and study habits and maximize a healthy home environment. Students who remain in the program in good standing from sixth grade until their high school graduation are eligible for a fully funded financial aid package (minus loans) to USC, provided they meet admission requirements. NAI currently supports more than 1,000 children each year, and your contribution will help them continue and expand their programs so more kids have access to higher education.
Take the link to donate and MTFBWY!