MalcolmJenkins_Social_102214_1.0-2-2.jpg (Omaze), the online platform that offers anyone the opportunity to enter to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences with celebrities, athletes, and the world’s greatest thinkers, all to benefit social causes, has partnered with NFL New Orleans Saints star Malcolm Jenkins and his charity, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation to offer a dream football experience to one winner for donations that begin at just $10. The Omaze experience will fly one winner and his or her guest of choice to New Orleans to hang out with the Superbowl Champion. The winner will join Jenkins on the Superdome turf before taking prime seats to watch the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys go head to head. The winner will also receive a Saints helmet and NFL football autographed by Jenkins, plus $200 in gift cards to Jenkins’ favorite restaurants.The Omaze process works similar to a charity raffle. The user-friendly site allows anyone to enter to win an Omaze experience of their choice by donating just $5-10. Once the deadline to enter for the experience passes, Omaze collects all the entries and selects the winners through a third party computer-generated random selection process. The proceeds are delivered to benefit a specific social cause, in this case, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation.Jenkins, an American football Free Safety, Defensive Team Captain, and Super Bowl Champion, has long been committed to helping youth and teens develop leadership and service skills through mentorship and public service. His foundation is committed to youth development initiatives and programs that emphasize mentorship, character development, leadership, education, life skills, health, and recreation. It is Jenkins’ hope that through the foundation, a positive difference will be made in the lives of youth, future generations, and the communities in which they serve.Omaze will accept donations to enter to win this experience from October 19, 2013- November 6, 2013.For more information about how to enter to win this experience with Omaze and The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation, please visit