Who wouldn’t want to win a brand new car? I drive two of the oldest vehicles you’ll find on the road today. I think pretty soon, my insurance company is going to transfer me over to an antique/collector license for my prehistoric SUV and minivan. So, I would love to win a new car! See, I have all the car seats for the kids in the SUV, and I use the minivan as my commuter for when I go out without the kids—which isn’t even that often. But I hate minivans. When I heard that AutismBC was raffling off a brand new 2019 Nissan Kicks, I began dreaming that maybe this car could replace my minivan. I’m sure you’re already dreaming too of what a brand new car in your driveway might look like for you. Or maybe you know of someone in need that you’d give it to! How would that feel?!? Having the means to change someone’s life and GIVE them a car? If you win this raffle you could do just that! Did you know that Autism touches 1 in every 40 children in BC, which means there are thousands of families across the province who each year rely on AutismBC for support along their journey? AutismBC strives to empower, support, and connect the autism community, providing credible information and resources, programs, workshops, and special events for children and adults on the autism spectrum.
So, buy a raffle ticket today by clicking the link HERE! All proceeds from ticket sales go towards autism initiatives throughout the province. If the new Nissan Kicks didn’t hook you, maybe a Samsung 70” 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV is more your style? Or what about a 256GB iPad Air? Those are the runner up prizes in this amazing raffle. I was shocked, almost speechless to learn that only 7,250 tickets are being sold. For something this big, those are good odds! Remember, ticket purchasers must be 19 years of age or older and must reside in British Columbia. So consider supporting our autism community this month by purchasing tickets to this raffle. This year has proven to be a challenge for many charities and nonprofit organizations to efficiently fundraise, so I was super excited to see Autism BC launch this campaign!