17th-Annual Charity Raffle

Alice Beaulieu of Sanford, FL, won a quarter-of-a-million dollars in our 17th-annual charity raffle with ticket number 892. We sold 5,945 tickets and raised $594,500. Thank you very much to everyone who bought tickets this year.

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Past Raffle Winners

Reuben Bigger of Pahrump, NV, won our 2017 raffle with ticket number 2480

Dennis Goff of Lake City, MI, won our 2016 raffle with ticket number 2880

Jane Jetley of Mountain Home, Idaho, won our 2015 raffle with ticket number 1803.

Greg Scott of Forsyth, Illinois, won our 2014 raffle with ticket number 3348.

Karen Langford of Lacey, Washington, won our 2013 raffle with ticket number 3460.

George Brummett, Jr. of Madison, Tennessee, won our 2012 raffle with ticket number 1628.

Dennis Poole of Quinton, Virginia won our 2011 raffle with ticket number 3499.

Horace Morgan of Green Cove Springs, Florida won our 2010 raffle with ticket number 1652.

Kathleen Milco of Paradise, California won our 2009 raffle with ticket number 3554.

Ian Coffee of Surprise, Arizona won our 2008 raffle with ticket number 4553.

Branden and Alicia Stirling of Eldorado, California won our 2007 raffle with ticket number 2832.

Bob Moon of Redding, California won our 2006 raffle with ticket number 7265.

Garland Earwood of Cedar City, Utah won our 2005 raffle with ticket number 2493.

Paul Bunkunt of Fort Pierce, Florida won our 2004 raffle with ticket number 3672.

Barry Street of Kingsport, Tennessee won our 2003 raffle.

Joe Paulson of Cameron Park, CA won our 2002 raffle.

Terry Topolski pulls the winning ticket.

Alice Beaulieu's winning ticket.

 

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Raffle monitored by Jessica Tegerstrand, CPA of Redding, CA. California Department of Justice raffle registration number R-173. Winner need not be present to win. Winner responsible for taxes, title and license. Full Details

About Us

Innovations Housing is a California nonprofit corporation with exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The organization's charitable purpose is to protect and foster natural and human habitats for living, working and playing, with a special focus on the needs of the economically disadvantaged.