Dougy Center's Porsche Boxster Raffle is underway
Not doing much at home these days? You could win a new luxury sports valued at more than $63,000 without ever leaving the house by entering the Dougy Center's Porsche Boxster Raffle.
The annual raffle is a major fundraiser for the non-profit organization, whose mission is to provide support and resources for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families. The raffle is sponsored in part by Porsche Beaverton.
Tickets for the Porsche Boxster Raffle are just $100 each and a maximum of only 2,000 tickets will be sold. The winning ticket will be drawn on Friday, May 8, at 7:30 p.m. during The Dougy Center's Reflection Benefit, which will be livestreamed on The Dougy Center's public Facebook page.
Porsche Boxster Raffle tickets are available online at www.dougy.org/BOXSTER. To purchase a ticket, you must be at least 18 years old and currently in the state of Oregon.
About the Dougy Center
The Dougy Center provides support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults and their families who are grieving a death can share their experiences. In addition, its Pathways program provides a safe place for families facing an advanced serious illness.
On average, more than 550 kids and 425 adult family members attend Dougy Center support groups each month at no charge in Portland, Hillsboro and Canby During the pandemic, The Dougy Center is providing virtual support groups to families, online resources and outreach to families who have had a loved one die of COVID-19, and more.
Through the National Center for Grieving Children & Families, The Dougy Center also provides information and training locally, nationally and internationally to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief. The Dougy Center does not charge for its support services, and relies solely on the generous donations of individuals, corporations and foundations. To learn more, visit www.dougy.org.
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