Laura Butler, executive director of the Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation, with equipment purchased by the foundation for the hospital. (THE NEWS/files)

Win big in new year with Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation lottery

Grand prize of $20,000 for lucky winner

The Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation is selling tickets for the popular 50/50 Fortune Raffle.

Money raised from the raffle will be going towards purchasing essential equipment for the Ridge Meadows Hospital.

Every year the foundation comes up with a most wanted equipment list for the hospital that averages $500,000. This year they committed to over $550,000 in equipment plus money for education grants.

The jackpot for the raffle is $20,000 if all of the tickets are sold. Chances are one in 4,000 to win the grand prize.

Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at the foundation office, located by the main entrance of Ridge Meadows Hospital, 11666 Laity St. in Maple Ridge or by calling 604-463-1822.

The winning ticket will be drawn in March 22, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Fox’s Reach Pub and Grill, 20398 Dewdney Trunk Rd. in Maple Ridge.

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