Mega Cash Raffle Rules
Mega Cash Raffle Defined: In the case of a Mega Cash fundraising raffle the prize is 50% of the money taken in by the raffle ticket sales with a maximum payout of $10,000 to the winner. All raffle proceeds in excess of $20,000 will be retained by North Shore Senior Center.
Cash Prize: The raffle concludes on Saturday, September 22, 2018. One winner will receive a cash prize of half the proceeds of the raffle up to a maximum payout of $10,000. Winner is responsible for all taxes and fees as required by applicable law. The remainder of all the cash proceeds will benefit North Shore Senior Center, an approved 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, and its programs and services. Tickets are non-refundable and are not tax deductible.
Drawing: One raffle ticket will be drawn at the North Shore Senior Center Gala on September 22, 2018. Winner does not need to be present.
To Claim a Prize: The original and official North Shore Senior Center Mega Cash Raffle ticket must be presented in person to claim the prize. No photocopies or other reproductions will be accepted. Winning number on ticket must be visible, complete, and legible. Potential winner may claim prize by presenting: 1) valid government issued identification showing proof of age; and 2) winning raffle ticket. All winnings must be claimed within thirty days of the winning drawing. Cash Prize will be paid to winner by check within ten days from date winner claims the prize. In the event of forfeiture or unclaimed prize, all prize amounts will go to North Shore Senior Center. Neither North Shore Senior Center nor released parties are responsible for or shall have any liability whatsoever for lost or stolen tickets, tickets damaged to the point of illegibility, or tickets redeemed in error by its agents. Ticket will be void and prize shall not be paid/redeemed if there is proof the ticket was stolen, unissued, ineligible, altered, counterfeit in whole or in part, defective, printed in duplicate or printed/produced in error. Unauthorized persons copying, selling, or altering tickets are subject to prosecution. All costs and expenses associated with claiming the prize and any and all applicable taxes are the responsibility of the winner.
General: By participating in the raffle, each participant (i) is bound by these Official Rules, including all entry requirements, (ii) consents to the use of the winner's name, address (city and state only), voice and/or photograph for advertising and promotional purposes without further compensation or notification; (iii) represents and warrants they will not copy or otherwise reproduce or duplicate any ticket in an attempt to alter the raffle in any way; and (iv) will indemnify, defend, hold harmless, release, and waive any and all claims against the North Shore Senior Center and its respective affiliated companies, subsidiaries, officers, directors, members, managers, employees, agents, licensees, representatives and any and all other companies associated with the raffle, and all of their respective officers, directors, members, managers, employees, agents and representatives for any injury, damage or loss may occur, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from the participation in the raffle or from the receipt or use of any prize or any travel or activity related to the claiming, receipt or use of the Cash Prize. All tickets, transactions, participants and winners associated with the North Shore Senior Center Mega Cash Raffle are subject to federal and state law, applicable local ordinances, and these Official Rules and any lawful changes thereof.
The Mission of North Shore Senior Center is to foster the independence and well-being of older adults, enhance their dignity and self respect, and promote their participation in and contribution toward all aspects of community life.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the
number of seniors age 65 and older in 2010 was 40,228,712. The
projected number for 2030 is 72,091,915. Twenty years after that, the
number of seniors in the same category will be at 88,546,973. Those
seniors will have new needs and concerns not experienced by their
parents. Many will be disabled and greater numbers will suffer from dementia and experience increased isolation. Who will understand and meet their needs?
North Shore Senior Center will. We have been in the business of serving
seniors since 1956 and have built a reputation of caring, competence
and professionalism. We, better than many organizations, possess the
experience, combined with a vision for the future, that can sustain today’s
seniors and those of tomorrow. We are the “go to” community organization
for local clergy, police and community members who know of seniors
needing help or who need education themselves to address the needs of
older community or family members. Our reach even extends internationally
as we provide individual case management services to an increasing
number of local seniors with families living abroad.
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