Five lucky Alicia Keys fans will get the chance to take a trip to Africa with the R&B star for her foundation Keep a Child Alive, which benefits children and families that have been affected by HIV and AIDS.
Dec, 01, 2009

aliciacontest_article_WEBUSETHIS.jpg During a "Today" show interview and concert last week Alicia Keys said that she would make a big announcement that would change five people's lives on at her World AIDS Day benefit performance tonight at NYC's Nokia Theatre in Times Square. Well, the news has come a little early. The singer, songwriter and activist will launch a contest to bring five people on a trip to Africa with her. 
Keys was so touched by her first trip to the continent that she founded her non-profit organization Keep A Child Alive, which benefits children and families affected by HIV and AIDS.  
According to AP, fans can enter the contest through the foundation's Web site, or they can send in a text to the organization. The text messages cost $5 each, but the money will go to Keep a Child Alive.