With the Super Bowl coming to Glendale on February 12th, one Arizona nonprofit is offering a chance to win two tickets to the Big Game
PHOENIX —Southwest Human Development, Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development, is pleased to announce the SWHD Big Game Raffle. The nonprofit was gifted two Super Bowl tickets with four-night hotel stay, entry to Super Bowl weekend parties, a $500 Visa gift card and transportation to and from the game. This generous donation provides a win-win opportunity for one lucky raffle winner and children in Southwest Human Development programs.
As of Sunday night, January 29, the least expensive Super Bowl ticket that could be found was $4,489. Prices go all the way up to $24,475 and must be bought in a pair. But football fans shouldn’t despair because the SWHD Big Game Raffle tickets start at only $25.
Southwest Human Development is offering raffle tickets for a chance to win two Super Bowl tickets starting at just $25 for five chances to win. For $50, entrants get 25 chances and for $75 there are 100 chances to go to the Big Game. The raffle is live now at www.swhd.org/BigGame and ends on Friday, February 3rd at 12 Noon.
Proceeds from the raffle will benefit babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families enrolled in Southwest Human Development programs.
“The Super Bowl has been in Arizona quite a few times recently and now is the chance to attend!” said Jake Adams, chief development officer of Southwest Human Development. “We are grateful to our anonymous donor who has made these tickets available for us to raise a few dollars to help young children, zero to five, and their families to be more successful in life by getting a great start.”
Raffle tickets may be purchased at www.swhd.org/BigGame. Entrants must be 21 years of age or older to play and physically in the state of Arizona at the time of purchase. For additional contest rules and eligibility, visit www.swhd.org/biggamerules.
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About Southwest Human Development
Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Recognizing a child’s earliest experiences and relationships establish the foundation for all future development, Southwest Human Development’s more than 40 comprehensive programs focus on young children – ages birth to 5 – and their families in the areas of child development, mental health, Easterseals disabilities services, early literacy, Head Start and Early Head Start, family support and child welfare, and professional development and training. Founded in 1981, Southwest Human Development serves 140,000 children, their families and professionals each year. Learn more at www.swhd.org.