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Natalie Portman’s Free the Children Contest

Posted on the 15 February 2011 by Mregina @justfundraising

Natalie Portman’s Free the Children Contest Free the Children, and Natalie Portman have teamed up to break the cycle of poverty for girls. Natalie is not only lending her celebrity power to this cause but also donating prizes for a recent contest.

If you’re between the ages of 13 and 21 and meet the eligibility requirements, you have from February 1st until May 1st, 2011 to raise funds for Kisaruni. In early May, the top five fundraisers will be asked to share why they think it’s important to empower the girls through education.

On June 1st , 2011 the winner will be announced and receive the Power of a Girl prize pack.

The grand prize winner will win a trip to Kenya in the summer of 2011, Natalie Portman’s Rodarte dress from the American Film Institute premiere of “Black Swan” and tickets to the premiere of her next film.

Check the free the children for elegibility rules.

IF this sounds like a cause that you can get behind then contact us  for fundraising ideas and options but hurry the clock is ticking!
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