“SHARE THE WEALTH” Raffle Ticket Locations

Get your tickets for United Way of Chatham-Kent’s “Share the Wealth” Raffle. The more tickets sold, the bigger the prizes!

First ticket drawn receives 25% (to a maximum of $12,500), second ticket drawn 15%, and third ticket drawn 10%. One ticket can be pruchased for $2 or three for $5. The draw will take place at the Campaign Touchdown on 2015 JAN 23.

Tickets can be purchased at any of the following locations:

Blenheim
Blenheim Chevrolet Buick GMC Ltd. 
Blenheim Chrysler

Chatham
 
“The 425” United Way Centre for Community Innovation 
Heuvelmans Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac 
Chatham Nissan 
Campbell Toyota 
Honda House 
Richmond Motors
Sabeti Automobiles Ltd 
Auto Motion 
Chatham Chrysler 
Chatham Mazda
Victory Ford 

 Highgate
 BMO- Bank of Montreal

Thamesville 
 BMO- Bank of Montreal

 Tilbury
Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre
Deerbrook Realty – 46 Queen Street North in Tilbury
The Wine Store and More (Tilbury)

Wallaceburg
 
Wallaceburg Information and H.E.L.P. Centre

Enbridge’s Tilbury Solar Farm gives back to the children of Tilbury and area

Rose-Anne Mayor, Manager Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre with gifts for “Toyful Christmas”.

United Way of Chatham-Kent thanks Enbridge’s Tilbury Solar Farm for its contributions to the community over the past year. The $15,000 in donations were used to help children in Tilbury and area receive the school supplies they need to return to school in the fall, “just like all the others kids,” and to enjoy a “Toyful Christmas.”

 Back Packs for Kids provides backpacks stuffed with grade appropriate supplies to ensure children of all ages have the necessary supplies to learn and be engaged in their education. In 2014, more than 100 backpacks were distributed to families in need through the local Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre – United Way’s West Chatham-Kent Outreach Office.

 Many families in West Chatham-Kent continue to struggle to make ends meet.  Christmas time presents an additional challenge as parents try to provide a little something extra for their children, or even a special meal in celebration of the season. As a result of Enbridge’s generous donations, along with other community contributions, new, unwrapped toys were offered to families to “shop” at no cost and select suitable gifts for their children.

 “This is a unique and respectful way of helping the less fortunate plan for Christmas, and still manage their limited resources,” explains Rose-Anne Mayor, Manager of the Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre. “Forty-seven families were assisted at Christmas time in 2013, and fifty-three families were assisted in 2014 as a result of Enbridge’s donations.”

“At Enbridge, we believe a community belongs to everyone who lives there,” says Ian MacRobbie, Enbridge’s General Manager of Green Energy, Transmission and Emerging Technologies, Ontario and Quebec. “No matter who we are or where we live, all of us want to make life better for our families, our friends, our neighbours and ourselves. We are pleased to model this belief and help support our communities through the investment of funds for initiatives that promote self-esteem and learning in our young people.”

 For more information, contact Rose-Anne Mayor, Manager Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre at Rose-Anne@uwock.ca or 519-682-2268.