The Isaac Bruce Foundation and Ready Readers are offering a chance to win a $10,000 prize to one lucky winner! Only 400 raffle tickets will be sold for $100 each.
To purchase a ticket, visit www.isaacbruce.org or call 314-564-8070.
There is no limit to the number of tickets purchased and no residency restrictions, but only 400 tickets will be sold. Once payment is processed, an acknowledgment and a ticket number will be emailed to purchaser.
A single winner will be randomly chosen in a drawing prior to the Rams game on December 2 at the Edward Jones Dome. That winner will receive a $10,000 check from the Isaac Bruce Foundation. Secondary winners for other prizes including a jersey and football will also be drawn at this time. Winners will be contacted by phone and email if they are not present for the drawing.
The winner need not be present to win. In the event 400 tickets for the drawing are not sold, the winner will receive a prorated percentage of the cash amount raised. (For example, if 200 tickets are sold, the award will be one fourth of $20,000 or $5,000.) The winner is responsible for all applicable taxes. The raffle, drawing and winning tickets will be certified by BW Group, Inc.
Ready Readers is a St. Louis nonprofit organization that inspires preschool-age children from low-income communities to become readers by reading aloud to them, increasing their exposure to quality books, and providing reading-related experiences. Currently, there are 550 volunteers reading weekly to 7,800 preschool-age children attending 132 early childhood centers in the St. Louis area. Every year, Ready Readers also gives each child 6 or 7 new, personalized, high-quality books. For more information, please visit www.readyreaders.org.
The Isaac Bruce Foundation focuses on health, wellness, nutrition, fitness and education. Through the foundation, Isaac reaches out to youth and teaches them at an early age the importance of a healthy lifestyle with an emphasis on education. To date, the Isaac Bruce Foundation has donated more than a quarter of a million dollars in grants in scholarships, fed more than 2,500 families in partnership with Feed the Children, had more than 3,300 kids participate in our free football clinics, donated more than 1,000 autographed items to other charities for raffles and auctions to help them raise money, and rewarded more than 700 student athletes with tickets to a NFL game for their work in the community and the classroom. For more information on the Isaac Bruce Foundation, visit www.isaacbruce.org.