Tickets available for 'Lexus for the Little Ones' raffle for Kentucky Children’s Hospital
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 8, 2023) — Lexus for the Little Ones, organized by the MAP Foundation, is proud to announce its 10th annual raffle that raises funds for children's charities throughout Kentucky.
Over the last nine years, the Lexus for the Little Ones raffle has contributed more than $710,000 to Kentucky’s children — specifically, $300,000 to the Kentucky Children's Hospital for the renovation of the pediatric oncology Ocean Pod, $337,500 for increased integrated medicine and health services focused on pediatric patients and families, plus $25,000 for COVID-19 and over $250,000 to the Woodhill Community Center.
“We have been blessed with amazing partnerships with UK HealthCare and Woodhill Community Center and continue to be blown away by how our community works together to give back to those in need," said Rick Avare, dealer principal of Lexus of Lexington and co-founder of the MAP Foundation. "It is always a humbling experience and one that we are passionate about continuing for years to come.”
The winner of this year’s Lexus for the Little Ones Raffle will take home a new 2023 Lexus ES 350. Tickets are $100 each and a maximum of 2,500 tickets will be sold.
Raffle tickets may be purchased exclusively online here from MAP Foundation. The winning ticket will be drawn at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 19. The drawing will be held on Lexus of Lexington’s Facebook Live and viewable by the public.
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