Help raise important funds with a chance to win!

We have the winners!

Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket in support of this initiative. With your support, we raised $3,060! All proceeds from this raffle will support the personal-care needs of the women and children accessing FTP’s shelter, counselling and outreach services.
Our FTP family is grateful for Sandy Proudfoot. Sandy generously donated her quilt for the purpose of increasing awareness about violence against women, and to raise important funds in support of the women and children we serve. She is an incredible advocate for our work and is truly valued by all of us.
We are also grateful to TJX Canada and Michelle and Rick from the Bluebird Café and Grill for their contributions in support of our fundraising efforts. And to GoYoga Orangeville for lending us their raffle drum.
Grand Prize:

WINNER – Karon H.
From Tradition to Non-Tradition–a quilt designed, created and sewn by Sandra Small Proudfoot. Machine quilting by Mary Light of Temiskaming Shores.From Tradition to Non-Tradition quilt
Photo credit: Pete Paterson

2nd Prize:
WINNER – Rachael H.
Rachael H 2nd prize winner of March 20, 2024 raffle draw
$200 gift cards for use at Winners | HomeSense | Marshalls

3rd Prize:
WINNER – Susie A.
$100 gift certificate for dinner at Bluebird Café and Grill

Winners will be contacted directly for their prizes.

Sandy Proudfoot roundArtist Statement on From Tradition to Non-Tradition:

Quilts have long provided an outlet for creative expression, from the pioneer women of years past to the quiltmakers of today. This quilt is titled From Tradition to Non-Tradition. The traditional patters are displayed on the borders of the quilt and the central design is created by its designer and quiltmaker. Traditional quilts are often referred to as our ‘grandmother’s quilts.’ They are made from patterns which have been passed down from generation to generation of quiltmakers for decades and which have become a ‘tradition’ with many quiltmakers. This quilt is designed to fit a queen-sized or twin bed.

Please contact Kelly at 519-942-4122, ext. 243, or email for details.

Prize draw March 20, 2024, 11 a.m.
Family Transition Place—20 Bredin Parkway, Orangeville

The fine print:
Purchasers, all ticket holders and/or group members must be at least 18 years of age.
Tickets cannot be purchased in the name of a minor.
Tickets are not tax deductible and must be purchased and delivered within the province of Ontario.
Only one (1) name can be entered as a Primary Ticket Holder.
Employees of the Charity* staff and Charity board members are NOT eligible to participate (defined as purchase tickets or receive prizes in the Raffle).
Charity volunteers and family members are able to participate.
*Charity defined as Family Transition Place (FTP)
Lottery Licence M 841760

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