An entire day spent with Chris Pratt is up for grabs for one lucky winner.
All you need to do is make a donation to Pratt’s hometown charity, and you could find yourself on the set of a Hollywood blockbuster. That’s right, you and the Star-Lord himself could spend an entire day on the set of his upcoming movie: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Pratt is promoting the local Boys and Girls Club in his hometown of Lake Stevens, WA. Donations made from the campaign will go directly into building local teens a safe place to hangout. The Boys and Girls Club gives youth an opportunity to be surrounded by positive role models – who will provide homework and job interview advise.
If you do happen to find yourself being the one lucky winner, then be prepared for a full day of movie mayhem. You and Mr. Pratt will get to know each other very well over a full day of movie production – lunch included (don’t worry, it’s on him). A hotel and flight are also included in the package courtesy of Omaze.
With almost 1 million views on YouTube already, this hilarious video shows Pratt explaining what’s in store for the winner. He makes an array of promises that lie ahead for the lucky winner (which he likely can’t keep).
You’ll also have the opportunity to design your very own iconic Guardian of the Galaxy outfit, wear props from the film, and punch him in the face – that’s a promise.
As you can tell, Pratt has a soft spot for home, and he wants the underprivileged youth of Lake Stevens to have equal opportunities.
The more donations you make, the higher your chances of winning. For as little as $25, you’ll be entered 250 times in the contest. As part of the campaign, you’ll also be offered exclusive Pratt merchandise such as t-shirts, or access to Chris’ curated mix tape – which we assume will most likely contain Space Oddity.
With only eleven days left to enter, this is your chance to be best friends with Chris Pratt (cause obviously he’s going to want to hang out with you again after this), be a guardian of the galaxy, and make a difference in the lives of kids living in the Lake Stevens community.
Not a bad day if you ask us.