Red Fox Print Raffle Fundraiser!

par ATLANTIC WILDLIFE INSTITUTE/INSTITUT ATLANTIQUE DE LA FAUNE

  • samedi, 11 mars 2017 de 2:00 Après-midi à vendredi, 31 mars 2017 8:00 Après-midi (HAA)

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By purchasing raffle tickets, you will be entered at a chance to win this gorgeous Red Fox print on canvas!

Online tickets can only be bought in bulk:

6 tickets for $10

12 for $20

24 for $40

48 for $80

Détails

Proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards caring for the many wildlife patients currently residing at our wildlife rehabilitation facility.

Online tickets can only be bought in bulk (6 for $10, 12 for $20, 24 for $40, 48 for $80) and the grand prize can only be shipped within Canada if not able to picked up locally (Sackville, NB.)

This lovely 36"wide x 24" high print on canvas has been donated by Brittany Crossman photography in Moncton, NB.  Prize value is $200

Her amazing work can be viewed here: http://brittanycrossman.weebly.com/

Once you purchase tickets online, your names will be manually entered into our draw for March 31st.

Tickets are non-refundable, and please remember that the grand prize can only be shipped within Canada.

If the winner cannot be notified through CanadaHelps, the winner will be announced on AWI's Facebook page and twitter account if a phone number or email address is not provided.

For more information about Atlantic Wildlife Institute, please visit:

www.atlanticwildlife.ca

www.facebook.com/AtlanticWildlife

on twitter @atlanticwild

Thank you for your support towards Atlantic Wildlife Institute!

Raffle Permit No. 26020303506

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11 mars 2017
samedi, 11 mars 2017 2:00 Après-midi (HNA)

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220 Cookville Road
Cookville , NB
E4L 1Z8

À propos de cet organisme

The Atlantic Wildlife Institute promotes learning and awareness about the links between environmental health and human wellness through its work in wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and research. It collaborates willingly with all who share its commitment to fostering a mutually beneficial relationship between people and nature. Strictly non-partisan, it shares a vision of the world in which people are partners and stewards, rather than exploiters. The slogan, “Helping Nature Help You” exemplifies this ideal.