It’s our LAST chance. I want to take YOU to The Fate of the Furious premiere. We’ll walk the red carpet, hang out with Dwayne, take some shots (in both photo and drink form) and MORE. I’m taking care of your flights and hotel. The campaign ends tomorrow and all entries support the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project - CTAOP in a cause that’s very dear to me. ENTER: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Very inspired by all the support for the fight against AIDS at last night’s #amfARHongKong gala. In 2016, Hong Kong saw its highest number of #AIDS cases & second highest number of #HIV cases ever. It's time for a cure. If we work together, we can cure HIV. Support amfAR The Foundation for AIDS Research in their relentless search for a cure here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ohhhh he is just the best. One of the most selfless and sincere people you'll ever meet. And let's be real, now you want to enter because of him, I get it. Big thanks Dwayne The Rock Johnson !
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I want to take YOU to The Fate of the Furious premiere! We’ll walk the red carpet, take some selfies, watch the movie, and then we’ll go to the after-party. It’s all to support Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project - CTAOP. So will you join me? ENTER: [ Bit.ly Link ]
130 million girls did not go to school today - because they do not have access. 9 million girls in sub Saharan Africa will never enter a classroom. Join the #girlscount this #InternationalWomensDay. Each and every girl counts.
Are you excited for The Fate of the Furious? Well Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project - CTAOP is teaming up with Omaze to give YOU the chance to fly to the Fast & Furious premiere and hang out with me!! It’s all to support CTAOP's mission to invest in African youth to keep themselves safe from HIV.
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As you may know, I am dedicated to doing my part to end HIV/AIDS once and for all. Despite having every tool we need to stop the epidemic, it continues to plague us. In 2015 alone, 7,500 young women were newly infected with HIV every week! That is far too many for a... View details ⇨