GRAND PRIZE WINNER
A note from Ricky Martin
This September, we’re going #ALL IN in Las Vegas! I’ll fly you and a friend to see my show on September 19 at the Park Theater at the Monte Carlo. We’ll also take care of your hotel and I’ll make sure we snap a photo together. All it takes is a donation of $10.
Your money will help support my public charity, which is working tirelessly to abolish a true crime against humanity—human trafficking. If you’d like to donate more to this important cause, you’ll get extra chances to win, plus some exclusive T-shirts and custom playing cards. It’s all my way of saying thank you for your support.
Thanks for joining the fight against human trafficking. I’ll see one of you in Vegas!
—Ricky Martin, Founder and President of Ricky Martin Foundation
About Ricky Martin Foundation
In 2002, Ricky Martin rescued three girls that were about to be sold into prostitution in India. These minors were going to become victims of human trafficking, also known as modern slavery. After the trip to India, the Ricky Martin Foundation became a leading voice in denouncing and exposing human trafficking globally. The foundation focuses on education, prevention and research, as well as maintaining a presence in international forums and influencing public policy.
Today, approximately 45.8 million people are victims of human trafficking, of which millions are children. It is the second most lucrative crime in the world, generating $150 billion dollars annually. No country is exempt. The fight to eradicate human trafficking is one of the most pressing problems facing society today and the Ricky Martin Foundation continues its tireless efforts in education about this heinous crime.