Chai Y Raffle 2019 - Chai Y Raffle 2019

27th Annual Chai Y Raffle

We believe that all children and their families should have access to the tools they need to stay active and connect to our Community. The Chai Y Raffle supports those who would otherwise be unable to join in keeping with our policy of no family being left out. Our programs lead to improved long-term physical and mental health, and minimize the risk of isolation.

Each ticket you purchase improves your odds of winning a cash prize.
Purchase your Chai Y Raffle tickets now and make a difference.

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Tickets are only $118 each.
(Lottery $38; Donation and charitable tax receipt $80)
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In order to receive a full tax receipt, please make a donation in support of our cause.
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Find out how you can make a difference in the lives of others
 Contact Sarah Malka
telephone: 514-737-6551 ext. 568

“I am a hard-working, struggling single parent. This last year has been very difficult andfinancially draining as my son is
struggling with depression. Coming to the classes at the Y is my lifeline. It is therapeutic and they are just fabulous!
- M.

Grand Prize $18,000 
1 prize of $1,800 - 2 prizes of $360 - 2 prizes of $180
The Draw will take place at
Celebrate Y - April 9, 2019
at the Sylvan Adams YM-YWHA
5400 Westbury Avenue
Montreal, QC
5:30pm - 8:00pm

Adam Braz (soccer) - John Dore (builder-basketball) - Martine Dugrenier (wrestling)
Debbie Wexler Goldsmith (golf) - 1968-69 Y Water Polo Team

Interesting Facts
  • The Sylvan Adams YM-YWHA has over 6,000 members
  • We provide $500,000 in annual subsidies to over 1,100 individuals and families (including membership, sport and leisure programs, YCC Day camps and the Harry Bronfman Y Country Camp)
  • The average annual subsidy for a membership is $500
  • The Chai Y Raffle provides a significant portion of the subsidies we provide
  • Over the past 26 years, we have raised over $6 Million, helping over 20,000 members in need
  • We offer fifteen programs tailored for over 250 members with special needs annually