The Imagine Dragons wants to take you "On Top of the World" and for a good cause. Lead singer, Dan Reynolds is the co-founder of The Tyler Robinson Foundation which aims to help families who have received pediatric cancer diagnoses. TRF is holding a contest to help raise money.

Tyler Robinson was a superfan and friend to the Imagine Dragons. Following his passing at the young age of 17, singer Dan Reynolds stepped in a co-founded an organization in his honor.

In partnership with Omaze, TRF is holding a contest to raise funds for those affected by pediatric cancer. No donation is necessary to enter and the winner will be flown out and put up in a 4-star hotel before they take to the sky to experience the weightlessness a real astronaut experiences- without having to go to space.

Dan Reynolds told our Rachel Smith more about the experience of a lifetime:

"What we're doing is the winner who enters the Omaze contest gets to win an X-box. And then also, go on a zero gravity flight with me and Wayne- who's the guitarist from the band. And it's all for a great cause obviously, so really excited about it."

Here's how you can enter:

Reynolds and his band aren't the only ones who have been helping out. Imagine Dragons fans across the globe have donating to the cause for years.

"There are fans from young ages to old ages who have put on their own- like, done their own little fundraisers to raise money for TRF for years. They've raised tens of thousands - like twelve year-old who did a cupcake sale. It's really been incredible throughout the years to see people kind of come together for the cause."

With over a billion streams on Spotify and nearly five million followers on Instagram, the band's reach is a big one. Every single penny counts when it comes to helping these families in need.

For information on how to donate to The Tyler Robinson Foundation, click HERE.

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