Hugh Jackman has donated two of his personal tickets to the premiere of his upcoming “LES MISERABLES” at the Ziegfield Theatre in New York City, and exclusive post-film party at the Museum of Modern Art, to support Everyone Matters.
The Premiere is Monday, December 10, 2012.
Each $25 donation you make to the tax-deductible non-profit Everyone Matters gives you one chance to win the two tickets to the gala evening. If you submit 10 donations of $25 – you get ten chances.
AND WE REALLY NEED YOUR SUPPORT – to create the important new projects in schools and online already underway to CHANGE THINKING – to JUDGE OTHERS LESS and SEE THE HUMANITY IN EVERYONE.
Hugh Jackman is an Honorary Ambassador of Everyone Matters, the global campaign with the message to “see the humanity in everyone, judge others less, and emphasize that everyone has the right to be who they are, without shame, apology or attack.”
“Les Miserables” is the upcoming film version of the award-winning hit musical based on the Victor Hugo novel, and features popular songs like ”I Dreamed a Dream” and “One Day More.”
Director by Tom Hooper, (“The King’s Speech”), “Les Miserables” stars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks and Sacha Baron Cohen.
The highly-anticipated “Les Miserables” will unveil for you and a guest at the premiere at prestigious Ziegfield Theatre on West 54th Street, near Central Park – attended by cast members including Hugh Jackman.
Immediately following the film, the invited guests – including you – will walk a block to West 53rd Street, and the private, exclusive post-film party at the Museum of Modern Art.
You will see the movie two weeks before it opens in the U.S. (Two movie tickets alone costs more than $25!)
Please donate as much as you can - and we welcome any amount – to support our awareness and call-to-action campaign online and in schools.
The important, life-changing projects include the “Letting Go of Judgment Tree” – where participants privately write on paper leaves names they’ve been called – or called others – which are then collected and posted on a 9 foot paper tree in a public space, accompanied by ceremony; the “24-Hour Challenge to Not Judge” – taking place on schools around the country, where students commit to not calling names, and taking other positive actions; the “I Am!” photos of affirmation, online and in schools – where people globally affirm aspects of themselves, as a pride in identity.
Help make a difference in making this world more accepting for ALL OF US – and encourage NEW THINKING for both kids and adults that EVERYONE has the right to be who they are!
Buy your chance here.