Donate to California Wildfire Relief, And You Could Become a Character on ‘Bojack Horseman’

Bojack Horseman contest
Courtesy of Omaze

If you’ve ever dreamed about becoming your own cartoon character, your chance has finally arrived. The creators of the Netflix show Bojack Horseman have partnered with the fundraising website Omaze to recreate one lucky winner as an animated character on the show, all in an effort to raise money for the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund. The proceeds from the contest will go directly towards rebuilding homes, medical care, financial assistance, disaster preparedness, and more.

 

The rules are simple: Donate money to the fund to enter into the drawing. Donation amounts are set up in tiers, and the most common tier is a $25 donation for 250 entries. The more money you pay, the more chances you’ll get to win. Besides being drawn into a future episode (as yourself or as an animal of your choice), the prize also includes a tour for you and a friend of the Bojack Horseman studios, a sit-in on a table read, and your travel and hotel expenses.

But just be mindful of the side effects of transforming into a cartoon character. In a video released by creator and showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg announcing the contest, he warns the lucky winner that “a piece of your soul will be in our show forever. And you’ll never get it back.”

You can enter to win until January 21, 2019 on Omaze. For other ways to help the victims and firefighters of the California wildfires, check out our list of organizations to donate to here.

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