WIN A TRIP TO TALK MOVIES AND HAVE LUNCH WITH JAMES CAMERON & SUPPORT ONE DROP
Thank you for visiting my campaign in support of One Drop through Cirque du Soleil’s new show TORUK – The First Flight, inspired by the world of Avatar. TORUK – The First Flight comes from the brilliant minds of Cirque du Soleil, and I’m thrilled to be partnering with them to expand the universe of Avatar in this unique way.
To celebrate, we’re working with the One Drop organization to raise vital funds that will help provide access to safe water for the 663 million people who are in need. Children and adults all around the world are dying because of the diseases that spread through contaminated water. Your donations can make an immediate impact in helping to save lives.
Through One Drop we are offering the chance for you and a friend to be flown to Montreal to be my VIP guest at the premiere of TORUK – The First Flight on December 21. In addition, during their trip, not only will the winner be treated to a behind the scenes tour of the Cirque du Soleil headquarters but it will also be my pleasure to host a lunch for the winner and their guest while in Montreal.
One Drop is an international non-profit organization created by Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté. At the core of our mission is water as a transformative force to improve living conditions as well as give communities the ability to care for themselves and their family. Sustainably.
Water is the most critical challenge facing the 21st century. Using an award winning approach, One Drop develops innovative access to water and sanitation projects which promote self-reliance in disadvantaged, rural and semi-rural regions of Central America, India and West Africa. We support communities with adapted infrastructures, training and knowledge to empower them through their involvement and participation. In doing so, we help them harness the power of water as an on-going source of vitality. The programs launched from One Drop’s inception until the end of this year will transform the lives of one million people.