Ever fantasized about having dinner with Lady Gaga, or wearing one of her outlandish outfits? Now you have the opportunity to do both (possibly even at the same time). Lady Gaga announced the launch of her campaign to support the Born This Way Foundation (http://bornthiswayfoundation.org/), the non-profit organization the pop star founded with her mother, Cynthia Germanotta.
In a video posted on Prizeo.com, the "Applause" singer encourages her fans to support the Foundation's mission of creating a more accepting society, where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated.
"I have some of the most amazing, creative, inspiring, and brave fans in the world," Lady Gaga said. "I wanted to do something that would include my fans in our work to create more bravery and more kindness, so I’m doing something that I’ve never done before."
To sweeten the pot and give people a unique incentive to participate, those who donate will be entered into a drawing to have dinner with Gaga and her family at their New York City restaurant, Joanne Trattoria. The winner will be flown to New York for the occasion, and after dinner they'll attend one of Gaga's sold-out shows at the Roseland Ballroom, before the legendary venue is demolished.
What's more, the first 10 people to donate $2,000 or more will receive an item from Lady Gaga's personal wardrobe. One can only speculate that her meat dress decomposed long ago, but there are still plenty of spectacular outfits to choose from. On the more conservative side, Born This Way T-shirts will also be given to contributors.
The Foundation addresses issues including self-confidence, bullying, LGBT matters, and offers mentoring and career development. Check out the campaign details here.