Kasia Borek has come up with an idea how she can both give her fans a treat and do something for a good cause.
In cooperation with a charity organization that she co-founded, she has developed an exclusive autograph card that is sold via ebay. The card is signed by Kasia and, by request, can feature a personal dedication. There is only a limited number of cards available. Of course, international fans can purchase the card as well, as it will be shipped worldwide.
(Photo: Kasia Borek / Verein für soziale Verantwortung e.V.)
If all 500 cards are sold by Nov. 18, 2012, part of the proceeds, at least € 1000, will be donated to a school in Berlin to support students whose parents cannot afford the daily school meals. Also, if the donation is made possible, as a special thank you from Kasia one buyer has as a chance to win a Meet & Greet with her.
Here’s the link to ebay:
Kasia Borek – limitierte PREMIUM FanKarte + Passepartout – jede einzeln signiert
An English version of the terms and conditions is available. Also, don’t be surprised: Since the first offer expired by the end of October and had to be renewed, a lot more cards have already been sold than is shown on the site.
For more information and regular updates, you can also check Kasia’s Facebook page.
If you’ve missed the beginnings of “Jemma” in early 2011 or just want to watch it again, here’s your chance.
A few weeks ago, Sat.1 has started to make the episodes of the first and only season of “Hand aufs Herz” available again on the official website, posting one episode every weekday at around 6:30 p.m. (CET).
This Wednesday, they finally got to episode 73, which of course is the episode in which a certain Jennifer “Jenny” Hartmann arrives in Cologne and destiny takes its course…
Jenny Hartmann (Lucy Scherer)
This weekend, the nominees for the 2012 German Soap Awards were announced, and “Jemma” Lucy Scherer and Kasia Borek managed to snatch a nomination in the category “Schönstes Liebespaar” (“Most Beautiful Couple”)!
Both Lucy and Kasia are also nominated in the category “Fanpreis weiblich” (“Fan Award Female”) – the category the two of them ruled last year with Lucy winning and Kasia coming in second – and Lucy is up for the “Beste Schauspielerin” (“Best Actress”) award as well.
Here’s what’s great about the Soap Awards: The audience gets to decide who wins, which means that all of us can support Lucy, Kasia and all the other “Hand aufs Herz” actresses and actors who are nominated. All you need to do is register for the website mypromi.de and cast your votes in the various categories. (If you need help with the registration process, just check the screencaps and description over at Jemma International.) Multiple votes are allowed, but you can vote for the same nominee only once in 24 hours. Voting is open until midnight (CET) on Oct. 18. The award ceremony takes place on Oct. 26 in Berlin.
Lucy and Kasia at the 2011 Soap Awards
Emma: „Are you happy?”
Jenny: „Of course I am!“
Emma: „I mean – isn’t there something that you miss?“
Jenny: „As long as you’re there – nope!“
(Episode 193 – Clip “Bereit für den nächsten Schritt”)
Remember Jemma International’s “Visibility Matters” project?
They called, and Jemma fans worldwide answered. Now, Jemma fans can do what they like to do best (besides watching Jemma clips or talking about Jemma, of course): vote.
Here’s the link: We called, you answered
(Picture: Jemma International)
Here’s an example of the creativity that participants of the project came up with: a music video with Jemma scenes. Enjoy!