For the price of a $100 raffle ticket, you could own a 6,300 square-foot, $1.3 million home on 20 acres in Woodland Park.
It’s all part of a fund-raiser sponsored by the Pikes Peak Rotary Club. After 18,000 tickets are sold, the winner will be announced at the final drawing on July 9.
The money will help five charities that need money. The rotary club is the first nonprofit along the Front Range to use the technique to raise money for charities.
PPRC is hoping to raise more than $1million for the five charities with the house raffle. The plan is to hold early cash drawings every two weeks beginning Friday. Four winners will split $10,000 in cash prizes. Tickets must be purchased before midnight, Feb. 24 to be eligible for the drawings.
See official rules at pikespeakrotaryraffle.com