Win Over $5,000 In Amazon Gear While Supporting A Great Cause
Help kids get access to music education, and get a chance to win a full suite of Amazon tech.
For all the wild, futuristic tech Amazon deploys, from its web architecture tools to its delivery drones, it’s really their smart home tech that’s made the deepest impression. And now you can make your home an Alexa haven, while supporting a good cause, with our Amazon giveaway bundle.
In our giveaway, you could win over $5,000 worth of Amazon tech, with everything you need for a smarter home from the outside in: A four-pack of Ring Spotlight cameras; a Ring Video Doorbell Elite; two Echo Show smart hub devices; an Echo Dot and Echo Studio for the full Alexa experience; two Kindle Fire 8 HD tablets; two Fire 7 Kids’ tablets; a Kindle Paperwhite; and a Toshiba 50” Smart 4K UHD with Dolby Vision and a Fire TV built in. And to stock them up you’ll also get five years of Amazon Prime and a $1,000 gift card perfect for all the books, music, and streaming shows you could want.
To win, you just need to donate for a block of entries, and as you increase your donation, the better your chances get. You get 100 entries for a $10 donation, 250 entries for a $25 donation, 1,000 entries for $50, 1,500 entries for $75, 2,500 entries for $100, and the best deal, 4,500 entries for $150.
All donations go to the Playing For Change Foundation, which gives educators the tools they need to introduce their classes to the musical traditions of their culture, built in a way to keep them sustainable and independent. Since being launched in 2007, Playing for Change has helped bring music education to 11 countries and 40,000 kids.
Being able to talk to your home will make it safer, more efficient, and more fun. And in this giveaway, you can support a good cause while getting a leg up on the future.
Prices subject to change.
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