Special Olympics is giving away a double bass autographed by Katy Perry. But you only have until midnight Friday to enter for your chance to win! This means you could get someone the coolest gift this holiday season … or just keep it for yourself!
For every $10 you give you’ll be entered for a chance to win. How simple is that?! $10 = 1 chance to win $50 = 5 chances to win $100 = 10 chances to win $250 = 25 chances to win $500 = 50 chances to win
Not only do you have a chance of winning this awesome prize but you are helping athletes throughout Louisiana to experience joy through sport.
Verrado High School in Arizona was named a finalist in Katy Perry’s Roar contest! This contest was supposed to show real school spirit, allowing for students to come together to have their voices heard and to roar. Their video was inspired by Megan Squire, a senior with Down Syndrome who followed her dream of becoming a Cheerleader. Clayton Mueller, a classmate of Megan’s, decided to share her story with the world. The video showed her journey to achieving her dream and expressed the power of inclusion. Katy Perry was so inspired by her story that even though Verrado High School was not the contest winner, she offered Megan a special prize of her own. Katy invited Megan and her friends to accompany her at an event where she will be singing and said she wants to hear Megan’s roar in person!
Recently, Comedy Central, aired a special titled “Night of Too Many Stars.” This program was focused on raising funds for people with autism.
During the show, Jodi DiPiazza joined recording artist, Katy Perry on stage to perform Perry’s hit, “Firework.” The video focuses on DiPiazza’s musical ability, which her teachers and parents found out at a young age, rather than her struggle with autism.
Click the picture below to view this great video of Jodi DiPiazza and Katy Perry performing “Firework!”