Win tickets to the Global Citizen Festival in NYC
The Cotton On Foundation has teamed up with the Global Poverty Project to bring you this year's Global Citizen Festival, which will be held on the lawn of Central Park in New York City on Saturday September 28.
By signing up to the Cotton On Foundation website you can help them educate
20,000 Ugandan kids by 2020 and also win tickets to the NYC event, featuring performances by Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, John Mayer and Kings of Leon.
A Melbourne festival will take place on Sunday 29th September at the Palais Theatre and will live-stream the New York concert, with special performances by Evermore and New Empire.
Fans can also enter to win tickets to the Aussie event via Cotton On’s online store. By purchasing a Cotton On Foundation product, including the limited
edition Global Citizen t-shirts available in store and online now, you will not only support the Foundation’s education projects in Uganda, but you'll also earn points and tickets to the festival!
100 per cent of proceeds from all Cotton On Foundation products go back into the Foundation and by purchasing these products you are helping them reach their goal of educating 20,000 children in the developing world by 2020.
The Global Poverty Project, together with the Cotton On Foundation, believes that education is the most important catalyst in ending global poverty. The Foundation firmly trusts in the power of education to create meaningful and long-term change, and has invested not only money, but also time and resources to help end global poverty.
“We all have a part to play in ending global poverty,” said Tim Diamond, General Manager of Cotton On Foundation. “Over the past six years, we’ve educated over 3,500 students in Southern Uganda, and we have big plans to educate 20,000 people by 2020.
“Education empowers communities and is the key to ending poverty. That’s why we’re so excited to partner with the Global Citizen Festival who shares a common vision to us - to is to see an end to extreme poverty within our generation.”
Don't forget to share how you are earning points as a Global Citizen on social media by tagging the Cotton On Foundation and Global Poverty Project.
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