Tickets are now on sale for the Agnesian HealthCare Foundation’s annual Samaritan Cash Raffle, with the top prize of $100,000. The raffle gives participants the opportunity to win up to $125,000 in cash prizes.
The 2019 drawing is scheduled for noon on Wednesday, May 8 in the St. Agnes Hospital lobby. First prize will be $100,000; second prize, $10,000; third prize, $4,000; and $500, fourth to 25th prize.
The Samaritan Health Clinic at Agnesian HealthCare provides health care to nearly 750 underinsured patients each year. The clinic works to provide a full spectrum of care, helping individuals to navigate insurance options, finding a primary care provider, and working with local community resources if other needs arise.
“I hear firsthand how patients and families benefit from the care provided through the Samaritan Health Clinic,” says Holly Brenner, Agnesian HealthCare Foundation president. “They touch deep at the heart, and encompass the main principles of Agnesian HealthCare’s mission and core values.”
Tickets are now available for sale for $50 each, four for $150 or nine for $300. They are available at the Agnesian HealthCare Foundation office at St. Agnes Hospital, 430 E. Division Street, Fond du Lac, or through the ticket hotline at (920) 926-4959. Fond du Lac Regional Clinic satellite locations and the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic and St. Agnes Hospital information desks also sell tickets.
They are also available at: BackYard Grill & Bar, Blanck's Supper Club, Cedar Lodge, Central Barber, Eden Meat Market, Festival Foods, Fond du Lac Family YMCA, Fox Valley Savings Bank, Fred's Fastrac Sales & Service, The Goldsmith, Hierl Insurance, Jack Twohig Carpet One, Jet Stream, Jim & Linda's Supper Club, Michels Corporation, Partners by Design & Fine Furnishings, Red Cabin at Green Acres, Salty's, Sebastian's, Stuart's Landscaping & Garden Center, Twohig Flooring America and Wendt's on the Lake.
Did you know that every four tickets sold helps one person in the community receive care through the Samaritan Health Clinic?
“With the community’s continued support, we can ensure that the present and future health care needs of our community are being met and exceeded,” Brenner says. “We are blessed to serve with you - our friends and neighbors - all for the ultimate goal to help others, especially in times of need.”
For more information, call the Agnesian HealthCare Foundation at (920) 926-4959.