The team behind Rick and Morty are offering fans the ultimate opportunity — the chance to appear in the show as a new character in an upcoming episode. And all you need to do to enter is donate $10 to charity.

Watch show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland explain the contest in the tweet below.

The opportunity was first announced in July and serves as part of a new campaign that supports NEXT for AUTISM and Bergen County’s United Way, two charities that help transform the lives of people with autism. With just a $10 donation, you and a friend could help a good cause and appear in your favorite TV show.

The lucky winners will be flown to Los Angeles, where they'll get the chance to tour the production studios and meet Roiland and Harmon. They'll also take home a bundle of Rick and Morty merch. But best of all, the winners will be drawn into a future episode as background characters.

The $10 donation will automatically earn you 100 entries in the contest. Giving more will score you extra entries and Rick and Morty rewards such as T-shirts, portal guns, and other merch. The contest runs until October 1. Head over to fundraising website Prizeo to enter.

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