- Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York
- Variety’s Virtual Meat Raffle: Tailgate Edition!
Variety’s Virtual Meat Raffle: Tailgate Edition!
About This Event
This will take place virtually via our Facebook Page (we will go on Facebook Live) on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 at 7pm.
By purchasing a ticket for a chance to win at the Virtual Meat Raffle you not only have the chance to stock your fridge and freezer but, you will also be helping the amazing Variety Kids!
Get totally Tailgate Ready with a Brand New Gas Grill! It comes loaded with Sahlen's Hot Dogs, fresh hamburgers, chicken breast, fresh italian sausage, beef & chicken kabobs, ribs, Lay's chips and Bison dip. And, we added a 30 pack of Labatt Blue Light Buffalo Bills Beer! $5 per entry. (must be 21+ to win)
Tickets for the Meat Fundraiser rounds are as follows:
1 entry per round: $10
2 entries per round: $15
5 entries per round: $25
10 entries per round: $30
20 entries per round: $50
Each entry purchased gets you entry in ALL rounds of The Meat Fundraiser. All meat and products are provided by Eden Shurfine.
For official rules, a list of each round and more please visit varietybuffalo.org! All winners must be 21 to win.
Good Luck and Thank you for your support!
***Reminder: This is a VIRTUAL event.
Location / Venue
- *This Is a Virtual Event On Thursday, September 9th @ 7pm.
- **Tune Into Https://Www.Facebook.Com/Varietybflo/
- For Additional Details Visit Varietybuffalo.Org!
Event to Support Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York
Variety - the Children's Charity of Buffalo and Western New York supports children in our region who are facing illness, disability, or disadvantage with a range of programs from life-saving medical interventions to enrichment programs in sports and the arts. Our flagship event is our annual Variety Kids Telethon, one of the nation's longest-running, locally-produced telethons. Funds from the Telethon go to the Variety Tent #7 Robert Warner Rehabilitation Center and the Oishei Children's Hospital, as well as over a dozen local children's organizations in Western New York every year.