Taraji P. Henson has announced the charitable way she’s celebrating her birthday this year.

For as little as a $10 donation, fans can enter to win a red carpet experience with Taraji P. Henson at the What Men Want premiere, photos with Taraji, a spa day to get glammed up beforehand, autographed merch, and roundtrip airfare and hotel accommodations: Prizeo.com/Taraji. Adding to the fun, Taraji will take over the winner’s Instagram Story for the evening!

Donations to Taraji’s Prizeo campaign go to her newly launched foundation that works to eradicate stigma around mental health in the African-American community. Named after Taraji’s late father, The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation (BLHF) partners with organizations that educate, celebrate and make visible the positive impact of mental wellness.

Taraji tells fans: “This is our legacy. This is our chance to make a difference. Together, we will break the silence and break the cycle!”

A $10 donation earns 100 entries to the sweepstakes. For additional donations, fans receive extra entries and can also score exclusive rewards like a personalized video message from Taraji, a signed copy of her book Around the Way Girl, and a limited-edition campaign t-shirt.

Learn more and donate to win at Prizeo.com/Taraji by December 13, 2018! For more information about BLHF, please visit www.borislhensonfoundation.org.

The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 2018 by Taraji P. Henson and led by Executive Director, Tracie Jade Jenkins. The foundation is named in honor of Ms. Henson’s father, Boris Lawrence Henson, who suffered with mental health challenges as a result of his tour of duty in the Vietnam War. We are committed to changing the perception of mental illness in the African-American community by encouraging those who suffer with this debilitating illness to get the help they need.

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