Me and my foundation have organised the most awesome prize for you and a friend. All you have to do is donate $3 to The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, and you could be flown to London, put up in the incredible Dean Street Town House for four nights with £1,000 spending money and – here’s the best bit – get a personal cooking lesson with me!
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world or how much you donate – every little helps our cause to get people cooking from scratch and put food education back on the agenda. I’ll even sign a cookbook for you and get a picture or two taken of us while we cook.
One runner up will also get a special top-secret prize and there are tonnes of bonus prizes when you get active in the campaign (depending on how much you donate!). So if you want to hang out with me and have an amazing time in the great city of London, enter now. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
Details Of The Prize
One winner and one guest will receive a one hour cooking lesson with Jamie Oliver on Food Revolution Day taking place on 17th May 2013. The winner will also win £1000 spending money, a signed book, and a picture taken with Jamie. The prize includes four nights (accommodation only – optional extras are not included) in a double room at Dean Street Townhouse, London (69 - 71 Dean Street, London, Greater London W1D 3SE) and economy class flights to London for two people. The winner will need to cover the cost of their and their guest’s transportation to their nearest international airport. Flights to London: 14 May 2013 and flights from London: 18 May 2013 All the above dates are subject to change. See Official Rules for full details.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Opening/Closing Date & Time:
Contest opens at 9am on 22 March 2013.
Contest closes at 12pm on 30 April 2013.
Postal entries must be received by 12pm on 30 April 2013 to be entered.
The winner will be announced on the Prizeo website on 1 May 2013 at 12pm and the winner will be notified by email.
Who is eligible to enter?
The Promotion is only open to individuals that are registered uers of www.prizeo.com and are at least eighteen (18) years of age at the time of entry. Regrettably, the residents of certain countries will be unable to enter the Promotion for a variety of reasons, which include local sweepstakes laws and compliance legislation. These countries are Burma/Myanmar, Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Belgium, Malaysia, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Quebec, Portugal, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Indonesia, Yemen and all African nations with the exception of South Africa. Other countries are void where prohibited.
How do you enter?
By contributing to the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation* (a registered 501c3 non-profit organization) by credit card, debit card, PayPal or by mobile (for UK only). All users regardless of payment method must seek the bill payer's permission before entering. There is a maximum entry limit of £10 by mobile at any one time. Alternatively, you can enter without making a contribution by filling in and posting this form (all details on the form.)
The winner will be chosen at random using Prizeo's certified random number generator. No payment or contribution is necessary to enter or win. Contributing will not improve the chances of winning. The contest is subject to Prizeo's Terms and Conditions. The prize is non-transferable and the cooking lesson with Jamie Oliver is subject to Jamie Oliver’s availability. The Good Foundation accepts no responsibility for the levels of quality or services provided by any third party contributors to this prize.
*Contributions will be divided amongst the Better Food Foundation, Jamie Oliver’s Food Foundation and The Good Foundation.
Prize provider: Better Food Foundation, 19/21 Nile Street, London N1 7LL. Registered charity number 1094536.
Contest promoter: Prizeo Limited, 55 Drury Lane, London WC2B 5RZ.
The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation
The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation is Jamie’s US non-profit that campaigns to bring food education to schools and youth groups, businesses and communities. It offers hands-on training to teach food skills and instil knowledge, and founds partnerships that enable us to grow nationally and spread the word. The charity fulfils this ambition by raising awareness in the media to promote changes in food policy at a local and national level.