iCrowdNewswire - Oct 19, 2015
WIN A HOUSE OF LIES EXPERIENCE WITH DON CHEADLE AND KRISTEN BELL & SUPPORT THE SENTRY
DON CHEADLE AND KRISTEN BELL
It’s easy to believe sometimes that there is nothing we can do to help people when it comes to genocide and crimes against humanity. We’re here to tell you that there is. It turns out that government officials, banks, corporations and militia leaders are profiting from war. We think that if you removed that profit incentive, you’d remove a major cause of these human rights crimes. That’s why we’re supporting The Sentry (more info on the right).
And tell you what – if you donate $5 or more, you will be automatically entered to win a trip to LA to spend the day with us on the set of “House of Lies” and receive a walk on role on the show! You’ll watch our cast and crew in action, and we’ll get some quality time together throughout your visit. And don’t worry about travel – we’ll set you up with roundtrip flights from anywhere in the world and hotel accommodations for 2. We’ll have a great time!
All you have to do is scroll down and pick a level. If you would like to donate a higher amount, you can get guaranteed rewards and increase your chances of winning.
Thank you so much. Now let’s work together to save lives!
Don and Kristen
seeks to dismantle the networks that fund and profit from Africa’s deadliest conflicts. Our investigations follow the money from conflict zones and into global economic centers. The Sentry provides policymakers with the information they require to take effective action. The Sentry is an initiative of Not On Our Watch
and the Enough Project
Over the past two decades, the area stretching from northeast to central Africa has been the deadliest war zone in the world. Tens of millions of people have perished. Responsibility for the violence and mass atrocities in this region of Africa is not limited to the individuals perpetrating the crimes. Networks of facilitators extend from the conflict zones into global economic centers and use legitimate systems of international finance, trade, and transportation to fund and equip conflict actors, as well as launder the spoils of war. Direct perpetrators of mass atrocities may be relatively insulated from international pressure, but their facilitators are certainly not.