The Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia have launched their 30th annual Chance Drive online from Nov. 7 through Dec. 5, with a $10,000 Grand Prize.
The annual event is the congregation’s most important fundraiser, and proceeds benefit the retired Sisters of St. Joseph and St. Joseph Villa in Flourtown. Due to COVID-19, all sales this year are online only.
The chances are $5 each, or a book of 5 chances for $20. In addition to the Grand Prize of $10,000 (less 28% tax), there are five prizes of $500.
The virtual drawing will take place on Dec. 6.
Visit the Chance Drive webpage for more details.
Need more information? Contact the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Office of Development at 215-248-7238 or email email@example.com.
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