A new charity auction is giving you the chance to travel to France and meet Janet Jackson.

Travel with a guest to Cannes in the south of France, on May 21, 2013, during the world renowned Film Festival, and join Janet Jackson as her guest at a private, exclusive, VIP event benefiting amfAR on May 23rd.

This Package includes a photograph with Miss Jackson at the VIP event, two business class Delta Airlines tickets, ground transfers to and from the airport, and four nights at the AC Hotel Ambassadeur Antibes- Juan les Pins or at a comparable property. (Travel dates and times to be confirmed and coordinated by Miss Jackson’s personal travel agent).

What’s Included for you and a guest:

 – Meet and Greet with Janet Jackson
– Two event tickets to amfAR event on May 23, 2013
– Photograph with Miss Jackson
– Business class Delta Airlines tickets
– Ground transportation to an from the airport
– Four nights at the AC Hotel Ambassadeur Antibes- Juan les Pins (single room, double occupancy)

The auction benefits the Providence Educational Foundation an organization that seeks to serve and advance students of all races, genders, socio-economic levels, faiths and those with no faith through extraordinary academics and Christian education throughout our nation and around our world. The Providence Educational Foundation respects the rich diversity of the communities it serves. The mission of the Providence Educational Foundation is to support the development of innovative, high-quality, Christian education that facilitates intellectual, social, and spiritual growth. Learn more by visiting providenceeducationalfoundation.org.

To access the auction, which ends March 17, click here.

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