BroadCause, the largest cause awareness platform announced today that, in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Robin Hood Foundation, they’ll be giving away tickets to the Black Eyed Peas “Concert 4 NYC” benefit event June 9th.
The week-long promotion aims to encourage BroadCause users to share the campaign via Facebook and Twitter. That’s all you have to do to enter. 54,000 general admission tickets will be given away on the Concert 4 NYC site and 100 VIP tickets (valued at $500 a pop) will be given away on the BroadCause site.
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BroadCause is the go-to social platform for any brand that wants to authentically align themselves with good causes – in this case, the concert will directly benefit impoverished New Yorkers by way of the Robin Hood Foundation. The RHF board pays all administrative fees, so donations go directly to those who need it most.
“As our big event approaches, the authentic social influence of BroadCause will help us reach millions of brand new fans and supporters who will rally around our mission,” said Jim Samalis, managing director of marketing, communications & events, Robin Hood Foundation. “With the help of the Black Eyed Peas and BroadCause, we are on our way to change the lives of the many people, families and children of New York City who are greatly in need.”
Supporters are also welcome to donate directly to the Robin Hood Foundation page.