August 16, 2007
School to raffle off million-dollar home
Kadima Hebrew Academy is hoping to raise funds through one of the latest tools -- a million-dollar home raffle. Kadima is selling 18,000 tickets at $150 each to give away a furnished and landscaped five-bedroom, four-bathroom, newly constructed home in West Hills. |
"A few years ago, we adopted Kadima Hebrew Academy because of their mission to teach children to be caring and compassionate human beings with solid and moralistic values. It is our goal to make a difference in the lives of children," said Kadima supporter Shawn Evanhaim, owner of California Home Builders, which is constructing the home.
Kadima is hoping to raise $1 million.
In addition to the home, Kadima is giving away thousands of dollars at early bird drawings and more cash prizes at the final drawing.
Early bird deadlines are Aug. 22 and Sept. 19. Winners of the early bird drawings will still be eligible for the grand prize at the Nov. 4 drawing.