The series finale of “The Vampire Diaries” will be a sad event for all the fans — except for the ones who get to watch with Ian Somerhalder. The Damon Salvatore actor is offering two lucky viewers the chance to go to Los Angeles to watch the last episode with him.

Somerhalder is running the contest through Omaze, a platform that runs contests like this with the purpose of raising money for charity. This is a fundraiser for the actor’s nonprofit, the Ian Somerhalder Foundation (ISF). He announced the campaign Monday with a video from the set of “The Vampire Diaries.”

The proceeds from the fundraiser go to ISF, which focuses on protecting animals and the environment. According to its website, the organization “delivers unique programs and services and provides public outreach, education, and grants in support of Creatures, Environment, Youth, and Grassroots initiatives.”

One winner and a friend will be flown out to Los Angeles, stay in a 4-star hotel and watch the series finale with the smolder holder himself. Omaze promises that the activist will give commentary with inside scoop throughout the episode, and he is willing to take selfies and Snapchats throughout the night.

Fans who want a chance to win can pay for entries on Omaze’s website. Higher donations get participants more entries into the contest. They can also get some merch. Donations of $50 or higher have the opportunity to get exclusive items like ring boxes, Salvatore t-shirts, autographed DVDs and autographed scripts.

The March 10 episode is looking like it will be a memorable episode, even for audiences who have to watch from home. Former star Nina Dobrev is set to return as Elena Gilbert, and social media has revealed that other guest stars include David Anders, Sara Canning, Kayla Ewell and Michael Trevino. Of course, there will still be plenty of time for Damon.

Somerhalder was the final one to leave the “TVD” set last week when the series wrapped. “To the fans, thank you for it all we would have never been on this journey without you. To all who made this show possible— we did it. 8 years, wow. Thank you all,” he wrote on Instagram.

“The Vampire Diaries” Season 8 airs Fridays at 8 p.m. EST on The CW.