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Donate And Win A Trip To Star Wars' Very Own Skywalker Island

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 06, 2016

Donate And Win A Trip To Star Wars' Very Own Skywalker Island

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Resist the power of the dark side and give in to your altruistic nature, which may just grant you a trip to a special island made famous by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Mark Hamill took to YouTube this week to announce a way you can see the amazing and gorgeous Skellig Michael without having to piece together a decades-old mystery to discover the whereabouts of a missing Jedi.

The following video features the two discussing particulars behind the exciting charity campaign Force For Change.

If you pop on over to that link you can donate money to one of four charities: Make-A-Wish Foundation, UNICEF USA, American Red Cross and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.

The best part is that Star Wars: Force For Change will match any donation up to $1,000,000 – so keep those good deeds to a dollar under a cool million.

Extra incentive, outside your love for your fellow man, is a chance to win a trip to a magical island where legends go to meditate for decades.

Back in January we put down our lightsabers down long enough to tell you about this island home to recluse Jedi and animals that can access locations by sea and air.

The following video should have you digging deep for donations. Just $10 gets you entered for a chance to win a trip to the place that had J.J. Abrams floored.

The winner will get accommodations in the area for seven days and six nights, which will also include airfare for two as well as a jaunt to Skellig Michael.

Sadly, we can’t confirm that sprinting up its spiraling steps will result in finding any grumpy Skywalkers.

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