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Meet Enrique Iglesias and Sit VIP at his Show

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We'll announce the winner in 5-8 business days right here, as well as on our blog and through email. Thanks to everyone who donated – you're all winners to us.

What you'll do

Enrique Iglesias wants to thank you in person for your donation to support those affected by the recent hurricanes. That’s right, Enrique is on tour and you and a friend are meeting him for a night you’ll never forget in either Houston or Miami. You’ll enjoy an exclusive backstage tour, meet Enrique, take a photo and be introduced to some of the people your gracious donation helps support. After that, you’ll head to your VIP seats just in time to watch Enrique do what he does best… put on an amazing live show. And since you’ll have a $500 gift card burning a hole in your pocket, you might want to hit up the merch booth. Flights and hotel are included, just come ready to dance for an amazing cause.

Who you'll help

Save the Children does whatever it takes for children, transforming their lives and the future we share—not just in times of crisis, but every single day.
Save the Children is responding to help the most vulnerable children and families affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. They're in touch with federal authorities and established partners on the ground, and they stand ready to meet the specific and unique needs of children and families impacted by the storm.
This incredible organization is also on the ground in the Caribbean, Florida and Texas.  Their relief and recovery experts work in emergency shelters, childcare centers and schools distributing essential supplies, setting up safe, child-friendly spaces and working to restore children’s access to childcare and education. Their emergency response teams provide immediate support for children and families most affected by the storms and they stay through recovery to ensure kids are healthy, safe and can get back to school.
Ten percent of funds donated for specific emergencies go to our emergency reserves, the Children's Emergency Fund.