LUXURY CAR & CRUISE RAFFLE
FUNDRAISER READY TO LAUNCH
NEW HAVEN, CT: Non-profit
group, Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL), announced that on Memorial Day, May 28th, the
organization launched its 2012 fundraiser with a Luxury Car & Cruise
Raffle. The raffle grand prize includes a 2013 Mercedes E350 Convertible and a
is a 10-day Caribbean Cruise, from Miami to Barbados, returning to Miami. Third
and fourth prizes are $2,500 Shell Gas Cards.
Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to
sustain a program that helps improve the learning outcomes of disadvantaged
public school children. These children attend schools in Connecticut’s largest
urban communities. The program gives computer training, refurbished computers
and technical support to disadvantaged low-income families.
By selling all 2,000 tickets, CfAL plans to train and give computers to
200 families, and improve the lives and education of more than 400 school children.
This raffle is a chance for some lucky person to
win a desirable luxury car and
cruise as the Grand Prize and simultaneously provide much needed support to a
worthy charitable cause, by purchasing a $100 raffle ticket.
Learn more and purchase a raffle ticket by going
The drawing will take place on September 12,
2012, at 8:15pm, at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven, Connecticut, during CfAL’s
Annual Wine Tasting. The entrance donation price to the drawing is $20 with a
raffle ticket and $40 without. The entrance fee includes 2 hours of sampling
over 60 premium Domestic & Imported wines from over 20 Wineries, procured
in conjunction with Grand Vin Wine & Spirits.
This also includes Anthony’s scrumptious hot and cold
Hors D’oeuvres, while you listen to live entertainment.
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About Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL)
CfAL’s mission is to raise the academic achievement of urban public
school children, leading them to succeed in school and beyond. The organization
uses the resources of technology to educate teachers, students and parents as
its foundation for improving students’ learning outcomes. Learn more at www.cfalct.org.
For more information, contact: Curtis Hill, Executive Director, Concepts for Adaptive Learning, (203) 410-3679