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louiMaryhurst’s Raffle for the Roses Gives Derby Fans the Chance to Win
the Derby Experience of a Lifetime
- Visit rafflefortheroses.com to Enter -
- Proceeds raised benefit Maryhurst, Louisville’s oldest child welfare non-profit –
WHAT: The second-annual Raffle for the Roses is an online raffle that gives Derby fans the chance to experience the Kentucky Derby or the Kentucky Oaks like an A-list celebrity, while helping children in crisis.
The Kentucky Oaks and Derby represent two days of the very best of Kentucky’s Southern hospitality, history and excitement. But when the excitement of the races is over, the trauma of our children is still present, all 365 days a year. Maryhurst is there to care every day, giving children hope and providing healing through a continuum of innovative and specialized care.
PRIZES: Enter for a chance to win two packages:
The Champion Package (for 4) to the Kentucky Oaks on Friday, May 4th
Enjoy Kentucky Oaks Day race-viewing from Millionaires Row Level 6 at Louisville, Kentucky’s historic Churchill Downs, designer hats, and much more. Each raffle ticket is $100. Total prize package value is $3,622.
The Legend Package (for 4) to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 5th
Enjoy Friday’s glamorous Unbridled Eve Derby Gala, Kentucky Derby-day tickets in Millionaires Row Level 6, access to the Churchill Downs red carpet, designer Derby hats, and more. Each raffle ticket is $200. Total prize package value is $8,447.
ENTER TO WIN: Visit rafflefortheroses.com to purchase a ticket.
WINNERS: A live drawing will be held to announce the winners on April 18, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Churchill Downs. The drawing will also simultaneously be viewable as a live feed on Maryhurst’s Facebook page
MARYHURST: Founded in 1843, Maryhurst is the oldest nonprofit in the state of Kentucky serving kids and families facing crisis. Driven by a belief in children’s inherent worth and the strength of family relationships, Maryhurst offers healing through a specialized continuum of care that prevents abuse, restores hope, and empowers survivors of trauma. Programs include individual and family counseling; psychiatric and campus-based residential treatment for girls; therapeutic foster care and adoption; and community-based transitional living services. Maryhurst is the first agency in the state to fully adopt the trauma-informed care philosophy, and it remains the only residential nonprofit capable of caring for adolescent girls diagnosed as severely traumatized by abuse. www.maryhurst.org
CONTACT: Patrick Boardman, Maryhurst Director, Marketing & Communications
(502) 271-4546, [email protected]