GRAND PRIZE WINNER
A note from Cyndi Lauper
You've landed on my Prizeo page! Thank you for dropping by! I’m excited to be here.
First and foremost, I'm here to raise awareness and funds to address LGBT youth homelessness in America. You can read more about the True Colors Fund over on the right, and please do!
If you join me and lend your support to the True Colors Fund, well, I’ve put something pretty cool together that you can enter to win: a trip to New York to see the 4th Annual Home for the Holidays benefit concert AND a performance of the Tony® Award Winning Best Musical Kinky Boots! To learn more about Kinky Boots, click here: www.kinkybootsthemusical.com.
On Saturday, December 6th, you’ll meet up with me at the Beacon Theatre to watch the sound check (which the whole lineup will do – including me, 50 Cent, Natalie Maines, and many other incredible artists) and enjoy the show from the best seats in the house – right in the FRONT ROW! See the full line-up here: www.truecolorsfund.org/homefortheholidays.
On Sunday, you'll have VIP tickets to the matinee performance of Kinky Boots, get a backstage tour, and even meet the cast! The whole trip includes roundtrip flights from anywhere in the world and hotel accommodations at YOTEL New York in the heart of the city.
Scroll down the page to see the rewards you can get in exchange for your donation. I’ll be signing a few things just for you!
Thank you so much for your support. It's so important for us to stand with America's next generation. Thanks for doing just that!
Lots of love,
About True Colors Fund
The True Colors Fund was co-founded by Cyndi Lauper to raise awareness about and bring an end to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth homelessness, and to inspire everyone, especially straight people, to become active participants in the advancement of equality for all.
The Forty to None Project is a program of the fund that advocates for and raises awareness about LGBT youth homelessness. In America, it is estimated that 1.6 million youth are homeless each year and that up to 40% them are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. No young person deserves to be homeless, let alone because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Forty to None Project is working to address LGBT youth homelessness by educating and engaging the public, advocating in Washington D.C., collaborating with youth, conducting groundbreaking research, and working on the ground in communities across the country to build their capacity and aid service providers in ensuring a safe and welcoming environment in their agencies.
A second program of the fund, the Give A Damn Campaign, aims to help people get informed about the issues and get involved, show their support and encourage their straight peers to show theirs as well. The site also offers useful tools and resources to help LGBT youth encourage the straight people in their lives to care!