Win a Trip to London and Have High Tea at Claridges with Cara Delevingne! More info

About Project 0
The ocean is the origin of life on Earth. It covers a majority of the planet’s surface, is the source of every second breath we take, but it is being abused.

Project 0 is a new generation focused on fixing the world’s largest and most solvable problem – the ocean. We’re a global movement supported by renowned scientists, business leaders, celebrities, campaigners, ocean experts and individuals, who give a voice to celebrate and restore the ocean.

Project 0 unites all ocean charities under a single umbrella and makes grants to finish important work that has been started but stalled. Together we will put 30% of the ocean under protection by 2030, restore mangroves and coral reefs, and inspire behavior change. Join the movement. Follow Project 0 on Instagram at weareprojectzero and on Twitter and Facebook at weareproject0. Together we can restore the ocean!

A note from Cara Delevingne

Hello!!

Fancy a tea date in London? With ME? It could be yours… and all it takes to enter is a small donation to the amazing Project 0. Your money will help their work protecting our world’s oceans.

If you win, we’ll fly you and a friend to London, get you all set up in a hotel, and I’ll take you out for tea at one of my favorite spots.

Want more chances to win? Easy – just increase your donation to Project 0! And check out all the rewards that come with higher donations… I’ll even create artwork just for you to use for a tattoo! Or did you see the new t-shirt we created?! It’s all there!

Thank you so much for considering a donation to Project 0. Together we can help them continue their incredible work.

-Cara




BuzzFeed asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about some of the nicest interactions they’ve ever had with a celebrity.

A few years ago, I was flying home for my birthday. My girlfriend was living in New Zealand at the time and was flying back to celebrate with me, but she could only stay for less than two days. Well, my flight was delayed, and I immediately sat down and started crying. I tried to be discreet, but it was very obvious that I was balling. A beautiful girl (both in looks and soul) sat next to me, offered me a tissue, and asked me if I was going to be OK. She sat and talked with me for almost a full hour, listened to me gush about my girlfriend, about my grandmother, and we talked about being queer. It wasn’t until about a year later that I saw a picture Cara Delevingne and lost it over the fact that the gorgeous and amazingly kind woman I talked to was Cara freaking Delevingne. Submitted by t492e49f12

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