GRAND PRIZE WINNER
from Pittsburgh, PA
A note from Jeffrey, Jennifer, Josh, Liam, Sam and Woody
Ebola does not need to be a death sentence. We can all do something to help, and that is why I am here on Prizeo.
If you want to help, do it right here, right now and you could also have a chance to win a trip for you and a guest to Los Angeles, CA from anywhere in the world to join me as my VIP guest at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 premiere on November 17th!
We'll have a great time - you will ride with me to the premiere and walk down the red carpet. Guess what? You'll even get to hang out in the VIP room with me and some of the cast! Then, we will watch the film before anyone else gets to see it and go to the after-party - it'll be one of the most incredible parties you've ever seen. Oh, and did I mention the whole cast will be there, and you'll also get to meet Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Sam Claflin and Woody Harrelson...and take a photo with Josh Hutcherson?
All I'm asking in exchange for this chance to win is for your support for the Ebola Survival Fund - you can read more about them over on the right.
Thank you so much - I look forward to meeting my plus one!
Jeffrey and Josh
About The Ebola Survival Fund
The Ebola Survival Fund will support a coalition of community-based organizations working in Liberia and Sierra Leone in order to complement the efforts of the larger-scale programs being implemented by international organizations. All programming funded by the Ebola Survival Fund will support existing national plans in both Liberia and Sierra Leone in coordination with the United Nations Ebola response effort in order to fill key gaps in communities in rural areas. The Ebola Survival Fund is grateful to UNICEF for its support.
The principles that guide the implementation of the organizations receiving support from the Ebola Survival Fund are:
1) It is critical that we link the emergency response to Ebola to efforts to strengthen health systems.
2) Ebola does not need to be a death sentence. The virus has not yet come into contact with modern medicine in West Africa. But when protocols for the provision of high quality “supportive care” are followed, the case fatality rate for Ebola may be lower than 20 percent.
3) Ebola Treatment Units need to be linked to community-based care and community health workers need compensation.
4) New tools are urgently needed for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of Ebola.