Your Good Vibes Could Send You & a Friend to WE Day in New York City

Share your story of Optimism and you could win a VIP trip for you and a friend at WE Day in NYC.

New York City defines optimism.

It’s difficult to describe the feeling, but the entire city just screams, “anything is possible.” NYC feels like the center of the universe, and the place where real change can begin. Maybe it’s the scale of everything— it’s all massive. Or maybe it’s the just the sheer energy of the city itself— it sweats adrenaline and enthusiasm.

Whatever it is, New York City makes you feel like your dreams are within reach. So what better place to attend  WE Day on April 6th?

SLN is helping Kernels spread the word on their partnership with WE charity. They’re currently fundraising to bring development programming to the community of Esinoni in Kenya.

How can you help?

When you purchase a special Kernels Gift Card, you or your gift recipient will receive the amount spent (ex. $25) on their Gift Card, and Kernels will donate the amount equivalent to 10% of the Gift Card value (ex. $2.50) directly to the Optimism Project.

Oh, and if you’re Toronto, you can also purchase a Kernels’ WE Snack Bag for $2, and for every bag sold, Kernels Optimism Project will donate $1 (50% of the bag value). There are 3 locations in the Eaton Center:

But if you want to go to NYC, all you have to do is share your own story of optimism.

You. A friend.

WE Day. NYC.

What’s got you feeling inspired? We’re looking for inspiring stories of optimism and it could be what wins you the VIP trip of a lifetime. Sign up through our contest page and share your story.

Here’s what’s included in the grand prize:
. 3 flights to NYC for 4 days (the 3rd flight is for a chaperone, if needed).
. 2 hotel rooms for 3 days (the 2nd room will be for that chaperone, if needed).
. $800 of spending money per person.
. VIP preferred tickets to WE Day on April 6th.

Update: the contest is now closed. Check the blog for more current chances to win!

*Opinions expressed are those of the author, and not necessarily those of Student Life Network or their partners.
Chris D’Alessandro

Chris D’Alessandro

Chris D’Alessandro is the Communications Manager at Student Life Network. He puts words together in fancy ways and has more cover-up tattoos than he'd care to admit.