Statewide Raffle to benefit Boys and Girls Homes

September 9, 2019

Civic clubs from across the state are holding a raffle to support the Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina.

“Our civic club supporters have played an important role in supporting our children since our founding in 1954,” said B&GH President Gary Faircloth. “This statewide raffle is the latest effort that allows all of our civic club supporters to come together to provide for our children.”

The winner will receive a two-night stay at Great Wolf Lodge Concord for six and six two-day passes to the water park in addition to Great Wolf Gift Cards totaling $200.

Tickets are $5 apiece or 5 tickets for $20. The drawing will be held Dec. 6.

All proceeds benefit the children served by Boys and Girls Homes. B&GH offers adoption, family and therapeutic foster care, free children’s therapy, as well as residential care on the campus at Lake Waccamaw. The campus features a SACS-accredited school with a middle and high school curriculum, vocational education, recreation facilities, farm, chapel and cottage life. As many as 320 vulnerable children are cared for through the residential, community-based, and school services provided by B&GH at any given time.

To learn more, or to purchase tickets, contact Director of Civic Club Relations Mason Smith at 910-646-3083 or mason.smith@bghnc.org.

About Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina

Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina, Inc., has been helping children since 1954. Since then, more than 7,500 children have benefitted from the services of the not-for-profit, 501(c)3 agency. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive array of services for children and youth who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or other family dysfunction. B&GH offers adoption, family and therapeutic foster care, free children’s therapy, as well as residential care on the campus at Lake Waccamaw. The campus features a SACS-accredited school with a middle and high school curriculum, vocational education, recreation facilities, farm, chapel and cottage life. As many as 320 vulnerable children are cared for through the residential, community-based services, and school program provided by B&GH at any given time. B&GH operates its program, services and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws. B&GH is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation.