As the opportunities for celebrities to collaborate with charities multiply, many are turning to Omaze.com to house their charitable campaigns.
Currently, Linkin Park, Nas and Sting all have experiences live on the site and each life-changing opportunity to meet and hang with these celebs, which only cost $5-$10 to enter, benefits a related charity.
Linkin Park’s experiences are benefitting Music for Relief, helping the victims recover from the recent disasters in Oklahoma and from Hurricane Sandy, hip-hop legend Nas is using the opportunity to raise money to help UNICEF's efforts to save children’s lives and the Sting experience will benefit Aid Still Required.
• VIP access to a live recording session with Linkin Park: Two lucky fans will be flown to the star-studded city of Los Angeles to spend an hour in the recording studio with Linkin Park, where they’ll witness their creative process first hand. Every entry helps Music for Relief provide vital services for children and their families recovering in Oklahoma.
• Hang with Nas backstage at The Governors Ball Music Festival & get VIP Passes: Until May 31st, anyone can enter to win a chance to be flown to NYC (with a guest) and hang with Nas backstage, then galavant around summer’s hottest music festival with VIP artist passes – so after you wake up from your dream experience with Nas, you can also check out Kanye, Kings of Leon, and the rest of the all-star line-up. The best part? Its all for an amazing cause: UNICEF’s efforts to save and improve children’s lives world wide.
• Meet Sting backstage on The Back to Bass tour: One lucky fan will win the summer concert of a lifetime by entering to win a chance to see Sting on his critically acclaimed world tour, Back to Bass, at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut on June 22nd. Not only will you and guest of choice get to spend the night singing along in prime seats, but you also get to meet Sting himself backstage before the show. All entries benefit Aid Still Required’s efforts to provide trauma relief for rape and PTSD victims in Haiti. Contest ends May 31st.