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Young Center Hosts Immigrant Dream Giveaway with Chance to Win Lollapalooza Tickets

Using #ImmigrantDream, share your dreams for immigrant children or your own dreams as an immigrant on social media for a chance to win two wristbands for all four days of the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, held on August 1st-4th.

The non-profit organization, Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights, shares their #ImmigrantDream contest for a chance to win two wristbands for all four days to Chicago’s Lollapalooza Music Festival which will be held August 1st-4th and will feature acts: Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots, Janelle Monáe, Lil Wayne, Flume, J Balvin, 21 Savage, Tenacious D, Gary Clark Jr., Haley Kiyoko and many more.

The wristbands were donated by a Young Center supporter and the retail value of this prize is $794.84; any income taxes related to this prize to be borne by the prize winner. The giveaway closes at 12 p.m. CST on Friday, July 26th, 2019, and the giveaway winner will be randomly selected and announced by 5 p.m. CST.

The contest encourages participants to share their dreams for immigrant children, or personal dreams as an immigrant, throughout social media while using the hashtag, #ImmigrantDream. In order for the post to be considered, participants must post publicly on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, and be accompanied with the hashtag and the center’s handle: @TheYoungCenter. Step two requires participant to officially enter via the Sign Up portion of the website to disclose contact information for the center to reach out if won.

ABOUT THE YOUNG CENTER

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights is a human rights organization that protects and advances the rights and best interests of immigrant children. Young Center’s volunteer Child Advocates meet with children in federal custody every week to make sure they are not alone, their stories are heard, and their safety and well-being is prioritized in immigration proceedings. We advocate for an immigration system that treats children as children. 


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