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Mackenzie R.

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Experience

July 18, 2018

What you'll do

We know the newest season of American Horror Story will be the much-anticipated crossover of Coven and Murder House, and takes place in the near future. But most importantly it’s in YOUR near future! You and a friend will fly out to LA to hang with Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson, who’ll give you the low down on the top-secret season 8. You’ll be the first fan to hear the season’s title and plot, and they’ll even let you read the scripts of the first THREE episodes! Rumor has it some crazy stuff goes down. (Spoiler: It’s pretty witchy.) Plus, you’ll take home the coolest souvenir ever—a script from season 7, episode 1 signed by Evan, Sarah, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Colton Haynes, Cheyenne Jackson, John Carroll Lynch and Allison Pill. The show might be based off nightmares, but this sounds more like a dream come true to us. Flights and hotel are covered.

 

Who you'll help

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles provides specialized, comprehensive and compassionate health care for children in a setting designed just for their needs. As one of the country’s largest and leading pediatric institutions with more than 350 specialty programs and services, the hospital relies on the generosity of people like you to support its groundbreaking pediatric research and the complex care it provides for some of the most critically ill and injured children. By contributing to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, you’ll help pave the way for generations of children to receive the care they need to thrive, and allow the hospital’s experts to concentrate on what’s important: making scientific breakthroughs, improving pediatric medicine and healing kids.