Inclusion NS 50/50 Cash Raffle Fundraiser Draw 2
winner takes $40
Sales EndedTue Jul 27 2021
Thu Jul 08 2021
Tue Jul 27 2021
Fri Jul 30 2021
3845 Joseph Howe Drive Unit 101 Halifax NS
Ticket Number: 5028
Drawn On: Fri Jul 30 2021
Inclusion Nova Scotia is excited to announce our second online 50/50 draw is now live!
This raffle comes at a critical
time for Inclusion Nova Scotia. The need for our services and support saw a
dramatic increase during Nova Scotia's three lockdowns. As our team continued
to work tirelessly to address the needs of citizens living with intellectual
disabilities or autism spectrum disorder and their families.
We now need your help! Inclusion Nova Scotia joins with many worthy causes whose fundraising efforts were impacted by The Province of Nova Scotia's Emergency Management Orders. We rely heavily on our fundraising activities to maintain the programs and services we deliver across the province. Our 50/50 online raffle is a great way for you, your family, workplace and community to show your support for Inclusion Nova Scotia from the safety of your home.
Proceeds from the raffle will be used to support Inclusion Nova Scotia's innovative programs designed and developed to build practical skills that will lead to meaningful employment opportunities for individuals living with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorder. While you may see a raffle ticket, we see engagement, increased confidence, self-esteem and a sense of belonging.
Covid-19 has affected all of us. Thank you for choosing to make a difference by investing in the work we do and the citizens we work alongside. Good Luck!
Inclusion NS is a province-wide, not-for-profit association of people with intellectual disabilities, families, and allies leading the way to build a just and inclusive society. When you buy 50/50 tickets, you’re supporting people with disabilities your community by helping us:
- Promote the rights and values of people with disabilities;
- Build awareness of the capacity and value of people with intellectual disabilities as full, contributing citizens while challenging myths and preconceptions about individuals with disabilities;
- Empower and support individuals and families to become leaders for inclusion and equality;
- Create resources that support inclusion at home, in the workplace, at school, and in the community;
- Collaborate with other organizations to encourage social justice reform;
- Advance policies and practices to government and community organizations that enable and promote the full inclusion of persons with intellectual disabilities in all facets of community life.
To learn more about what we do, visit our website at inclusionns.ca.
We extend a heartfelt thanks to everyone who enters and/or shares our contest page. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without the support of the public. Good luck!