The Rotary Club of South Richmond is proud to present our First Annual Charity Car Raffle Giveaway.
Congratulations to Daniel from McLean, VA on winning the raffle for this 2014 Custom Corvette Stingray! The winning ticket number was 0574 and was drawn Saturday night, March 8th 2014, in front of a live audience at the Science Museum of Virginia during our Casino Night event. Thank you for supporting the South Richmond Rotary and our primary beneficiary the Families of the Wounded Fund!
The custom 2014 Corvette Stingray was provided by Criswell Chevrolet in Gaithersburg, MD with $60,000 credit at the dealership provided through the raffle. We sold over 1000 raffle tickets and raised much needed funds for local and international charites.
The 2014 Corvette Raffle Official Rules and Regulations can be found by following this link or using the menu to the left.
- 1068 Tickets were sold for this year's Corvetter Stingray Raffle
- $38,000 net proceeds to charity
- Donation to Families of the Wounded Fund will bring total donations from the SRRC to $142,000
- Congratulations to Prez Joey and all committee members who made this possible!
The proceeds of the car raffle and the Casino Night benefit local and international charities as well as local scholarships for area high school students. The South Richmond Rotary annually donates over $150,000 to charitable causes. The following is a partial list of recent recipients:
Families of the Wounded Fund
World Pediatric Project
Boy Scouts Heart of Virginia Council
MCV Hospital Hospitality House
Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Crime Solvers
Virginia Holocaust Museum
Old Dominion Firefighters Burn Foundation
Camp Holiday Trails
Central Virginia Chapter Multiple Sclerosis Society
Chesterfield Christmas Mother
Lifelong Learning Institute of Chesterfield
Lucy Corr Village
Virginia Cancer Patient Fund
Safe Harbor Shelter
Stop Hunger Now
Hunters for the Hungry
The Families of the Wounded Fund is the South Richmond Rotary's primary beneficiary of the 1st Annual Car Raffle this year. The Families of the Wounded Fund directs 100% of donations and the net proceeds from its events to assist families who come from across the nation to help their loved ones heal.
In previous wars, wounded service members were treated close to home. Today, care is given by the very best center possible, regardless of location. This has resulted in severe hardship for families who must travel far from home and remain with a wounded family member for weeks at a time.
Many of the combat wounded soldiers, Marines, sailors and airmen returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are treated at McGuire Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia - a top treatment center for head and spinal cord injuries.