2019 CMHA Saskatchewan Cash Calendar

by Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc.

  • Tuesday, 03 July 2018 from 12:00 AM to Monday, 31 December 2018 11:59 PM (CST)

Ticket Information

Type Price Quantity Subtotal

CMHA SK Div. Fundraiser

$40.00
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Overview

The CMHA Saskatchewan Cash Calendar is the the primary fundraiser for the Friends For Life program. Friends For Life offers workshops about mental health, workplace wellness, anti-bullying, and suicide prevention all across the province. The program is designed to provide awareness and knowledge to communities, schools, educators, students, work places, and the general public.

The CMHA Saskatchewan Cash Calendar has run for the last 28 years. Our calendars success is wholly thanks to the wonderful residents of Saskatchewan, who not only purchase calendars, but also provide all of the artwork featured in the calendar itself. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and donations. Our organization is able to deliver mental health programs and support because of your kind generosity :) 
For more information, please visit the Cash calendar Pages on the CMHA Saskatchewan Website.

Details

The Calendar is only available to Saskatchewan residents. You can purchase and send calendars out of province as gifts, but you must be 18 years of age and a resident of Saskatchewan to purchase (it’s a legal thing when running a raffle/lottery).

Every calendar purchased is an entry into the year long, daily prize draw. 2019 will feature over $90,000 in Cash and Prizes!

Just a few of the prizes available:

  • 7 night’s accommodations for 4 adults to your choice of over 3000 destinations. 7 nights stay at a resort anywhere in Canada, the USA, Mexico, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, South America. Valued at almost $11,000 (donated by Sprintz Manufacturing in Moose Jaw). Please note: this does not include flights/travel to the resort. This is a 7-night stay at a vacation resort of your choice only and does not include flights, and it is not an all inclusive trip.
  • New to the 2019 Cash Calendar we are showcasing 8 amazing prize packages featuring overnight stays in both Regina and Saskatoon.  Wonderful gifts within the packages including: massage treatments, Hair treatments, dinner, jewelry.  Fun and exciting activities like River Boat Cruises, bowling, museum visits, science centre passes, tire / oil pkgs, a night out a Persephones and so much more.
  • Other amazing prizes include: An autographed roughrider package + 2 CHOPS gift certificates valued at $250.00, Framed Mosaic Stadium picture “One Last Time”+ 2 CHOPS gift certificates valued at $320.00, a Keurig coffee maker + 2 CHOPS gift certificates valued at $180.00, a His ‘N’ Hers package+ 2 CHOPS gift certificates valued at $220.00, a Kal-Tire Oil / Tire gift certificate valued at $195.00  and of course our Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Draw of $25,000.00.
  • Great New Prizes for 2019 and a chance to win something great EVERY Day of the year – on Sale NOW!!

Is the luck on your side??  You have the chance to win more than once because we put your stub back into the draw drum to give you a chance at other draws.

Don’t forget to purchase your 50/50 add on!!!  For only $5.00 dollars each you have a chance to win up to $25,000 on January 15, 2019. WHAT A GREAT WAY TO START THE NEW YEAR!!!

Goal Progress

Ticket Proceeds

$6,720

Attendees

168

Days to Buy

21

3 July 2018
Tuesday, 3 July 2018 12:00 AM (CDT)

Organizer

Questions about this event?

Canadian Mental Health Association - Saskatchewan Division
2702 12th ave
Regina , SK
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About This Charity

CMHA SK is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization which supports and promotes the rights of persons with mental illness. CMHA is committed to improving the mental health and well-being of all members of the Saskatchewan community. Our advocacy work takes place in communities through programs and workshops; in government through policy and funding improvements; and in business through training and partnership. CMHA is dedicated on all levels with the explicit goal of equal access to mental health support and care for the people of Saskatchewan.