GRAND PRIZE WINNER
About Depeche Mode
After a fantastic summer stadium tour in Europe, Depeche Mode have now brought the Global Spirit Tour to North America. This fall and winter they'll be returning to Europe, and you have the opportunity to join them! As part of the band's charity partnership with Hublot, you can win a trip to Europe to see the show of your choice, all while helping to support charity: water and bringing clean water to people in developing countries.
You pick the city—anywhere on the European leg of the tour—and the band will fly you and a guest over for the concert, and will also cover your hotel and transportation to and from the show. You’ll get a backstage tour and a meet & greet with the band. To make sure you travel in style, you’ll also receive new luggage from Away.
All it takes is a $10 donation to charity: water, an amazing organization that brings clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. And if you want to donate more than $10, you’ll get even more chances to win.
Hublot and Depeche Mode have been partners since 2010 and have supported charity: water on three other occasions since 2013. During this period, the funds raised by Hublot and Depeche Mode have given life to 229 projects in Nepal and Ethiopia, with 220 standpipes and 19 wells drilled and dug by hand that now bring safe, clean water to over 30,000 men, women and children.
As part of the campaign around the current album and tour, Hublot and Depeche Mode have set the goal to beat this previous achievement and bring clean water to 50,000 people around the world.
about charity: water
charity: water is a nonprofit organization on a mission to bring clean and safe drinking water to every person on the planet.
They use 100% of public donations to bring clean water to people in need. They work with local partners around the world to provide the most sustainable water solutions. And they prove every completed project with photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.
Since 2006, they’ve raised enough money to serve more than 7.1 million people in 24 countries, and they’re just getting started.
Learn more at charitywater.org