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What would you do with $100,000?

What would you do with $100,000?

Create your very own backyard oasis?
Take a backroad adventure in your new vehicle?
Build your dream kitchen?
Invest in a private vacation destination?
Put a down payment on your new home?
Take it to the Bank with The Mother of All Raffles!
 
The Kamloops Food Bank is thrilled to hold its first-ever online raffle: ‘Take it to the Bank – The Mother of All Raffles’. We invite you to purchase your tickets to support the food bank – and for your chance to win up to $100,000!
 
Visit https://kamloopsfoodbank.rafflenexus.com/ to enter. Tickets are 3 for $20, 10 for $50, or 25 for $100. Sales end Midnight, Sunday, May 9, 2021 and the draw takes place Monday, May 10, 2021 at 9:00 a.m.
 
The Kamloops Food Bank serves nearly 6000 individuals, over 40 community agencies and schools that make meals, and 10 associate member food banks. In addition to providing clients with nutritious perishable food once per week and non-perishable food once per month, the food bank operates important programs such as foodSHARE, Starfish Backpacks and the Baby Bank.

Contributing Author

Corra Gassner
Director Resource Development
Kamloops Food Bank

Corra is the Director Resource Development at the Kamloops Food Bank. Corra joined the food bank because of her interest in food security and her desire to connect with her community.

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