WIN! A table at the Chivas Icons dinner
While we pride ourselves at Esquire Middle East on diligently working to provide you with relevant and downright excellent content on a daily basis, we also like to use our significent spheres of influence to give our readers some exclusive opportunities, and boy do we have a good'un for you this week!
Tuesday, May 2, sees the return of the Chivas Icons event - a special invite-only event launched in October 2016 to help celebrate individuals in The Gulf, who not only make a difference themselves but also inspire others to Win The Right Way.
The guest of honour at this year's event will be Hollywood star Dev Patel in recognition for his work in helping vulnerable children in India through the #LionHeart campaign.
The #LionHeart campaign was inspired, in part, by the 2016 Oscar-nominated movie Lion which starred Patel opposite Nicole Kidman and Sunny Parwar. It tells the true story of Saroo Brierley, an Indian child lost many miles from his home and his decade long struggle to return to his family.
Each year 80,000 children go missing in India, with a further 11 million living on the streets. The #LionHeart campaign supports three India base charities - Magic Bus; Childline India and Railway Children India - all of which do extraordinary work on the ground to protect children in India and around the world.
"The ideal of sharing success resonates strongly with me," says Patel. "Success is not something that’s handed to you on a plate. It takes hard work, many sacrifices and years to achieve and, in my own experience, it wouldn’t be possible without the support of family, friends and collaborators along the way."
Now this is where you come in. Esquire Middle East is giving away a Table for FIVE people at the Chivas Icons event at Play (The H Hotel, Dubai) on May 2nd.
For your chance to WIN!* email the answer to the following question to: firstname.lastname@example.org
What does cause does the #LionHeart charity champion?
a) Raise awarness of illegal hunting
b) Protection of vulnerable children in India
c) Increasing public health spending
* All entrants must be over 21-years-old, carry a valid Emirates ID and be available to attend on May 2, 2017.