Pop Cares will be hosting a Monthly Restaurant Raffle! A maximum of 300 tickets will be sold for this raffle at the cost of $60 per ticket. What is great you are helping out local cancer patients,yep the money stays local. And you will be eligible to win every month for a year, which means you are really only paying $5 a month and there are 32 opportunities to win!

On the first of each month, starting in September, two winners will be selected to win a $100 gift certificate to a preselected local restaurant.

PopCares is helping out our local restaurants by purchasing these restaurant certificates. Helping those that help them!

In the month of December, there will be a "12 Days of Christmas" drawing where one winner will be drawn each day for twelve days, to win $100! (This will take the place of the restaurant gift cards that month).

If you want to enter go to the Pop Cares website, https://www.popcares.org and follow the link Monthly Restaurant Raffle.

Fill out the Registration Form and make the $60 donation. Once payment has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email. You will not officially be entered until you receive the confirmation email.

Hurry the deadline for entry is Tuesday, August 31st, 2021.
FYI, $60 is the total cost for 12 months of drawings (September '21 through August '22).

Pop Cares is the only Non-Profit organization helping local cancer patients in the Northern Berkshire and bordering Southern Vermont towns. plus Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Florida, Hancock, Lanesboro, New Ashford, North Adams, Savoy, Williamstown, and Windsor. Pownal Vt., Stamford VT, Readsboro VT.

On the Pop Cares website

"Since our inception in 2012 we have donated to over 1027 families and have donated more than half of a million dollars. Please help us help our local community by donating to PopCares."

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