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TV reality star Charlotte Crosby offers VIP photoshoot to raise funds for WDC

Reality TV personality, Charlotte Crosby is giving fans the unique opportunity to join her on an exclusive VIP photoshoot to help raise funds for WDC.

Charlotte, who rose to fame after appearing in the hit reality TV show Geordie Shore, will join the lucky winner and a friend at a five star hotel, where they will enjoy an overnight stay. Also included in the prize is a special gift of Flique makeup, an innovative, luxury makeup brand designed by Charlotte Crosby herself.

To be in with a chance of winning this unique prize head to Charlotte’s Prizeo page. To enter, simply make a $10 donation to WDC, to help us protect whales and dolphins across the world from the many threats they face each and every day. 

Charlotte is a valued celebrity supporter of our cause. In September last year, she travelled to Iceland with us to help raise awareness for our campaign to #StopBloodyWhaling and, whilst on a whale watching trip there, was lucky enough to see these amazing but vulnerable creatures swimming wild and free.

‘There is something magical about whales and dolphins and you just can’t help but be in awe of their absolute beauty,’ Charlotte said.

But unfortunately their story isn’t always positive, as Charlotte herself knows; ‘Sadly, even today, whales are being brutally killed by whalers, which breaks my heart. You can help our campaign to put a stop to this slaughter by donating today’.

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Full T&Cs are available at Prizeo here.