If you've ever wanted to be a friendly face that stood next to Kyle, Kenny, Stan, and Cartman in South Park, here's your chance.

The creators of Comedy Central's show, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, want to offer you eternal life.

Kind of.

You will be drawn into the show permanently as one of the random townspeople that yell at the mayor and run down the streets. Then, they'll record your voice for your own character.

You'll also be flown out to Los Angeles and be able to meet Parker and Stone.

The two are doing this to raise money for an organization that addresses the needs of people with autism.

You can enter into the drawing by donating to NEXT for Autism. The more you donate, the more entries you get in the drawing.

There's also perks along the way if you donate more than $10. If you give a $100, you get a limited edition south park t-shirt. If you're feeling a little generous and donate $2,000, you get a signed South Park episode script by Parker and Stone.

Here's where you can donate and enter into the drawing: https://www.omaze.com/southpark