GRAND PRIZE WINNER
A note from Jonathan Goldsmith
Last year, I traveled to Vietnam and witnessed first-hand the life-saving work of Mines Advisory Group (MAG). Every day, all over the world, MAG removes the landmines and bombs that continue to maim and kill innocent men, women and children. These bombs are reminders of past conflicts, many that occurred more than forty years ago, as well as indicators of the ongoing instability and violence that is an everyday reality in some parts of our world.
As I did last year, I am asking you to support the good work of MAG, but this time we're going to make it more interesting: how would you like to spend a day with me, learning falconry in my home state of Vermont, and driving through a Range Rover driving course? Don't worry, I'll arrange round trip travel to Vermont as well as your hotel accommodations for you and a friend.
With just a $5 donation, you will be entered to win. Your donation will help further the work of MAG in Cambodia and each donation made gives you a chance to win a day with me and a falcon.
That’s right: a falcon.
Different donation amounts can also win you other great prizes. Check them out here on the website.
Watch the video. Sign up. And get your bags ready. This is going to be a lot of fun and do a lot of good for an organization I care about very deeply.
See you in Vermont,
About Mines Advisory Group (MAG) America
Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is an international organization that saves lives and builds futures through the removal and destruction of landmines, unexploded ordnance (UXO), and other weapons remaining after conflict. Since 1989, MAG has worked in over 35 countries and was a co-laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997. MAG’s leading priority is to protect the lives and well-being of the most vulnerable individuals in contaminated areas by providing risk education and removing deadly weapons. Equally important we focus on development by clearing land in affected areas to open access for agriculture, water, schools, hospitals, and roads.
To clean up countries that are still contaminated from the Vietnam War bombings, like Cambodia, we need your help.
Your entry in Jonathan Goldsmith Prizeo campaign can contribute to clearing 56,000 square meters of land which will be mean some child’s home or school will be clear and safe for playing, learning, and living.