Back by Popular Demand!
Ursuline Sisters' Retirement Rally
Each month winning entries get placed back into the hopper
for chances to win in each monthly drawing!
Last year, through our first Retirement Rally, we raised more than $100,000 to contribute toward the care and support of our retired sisters—in addition to awarding 129 cash prizes totaling $9,700!
This year, we’re offering the opportunity to purchase five entries for the price of four! We encourage our Ursuline family and friends to buy their $25 entries from a sister they know because during each monthly drawing, two “sister sellers” will be awarded $25 if their name is written on the back of the first two entries pulled bearing a “sister seller” name. You may also obtain entries by calling our Development Office at 440.449.1200 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov. 2 & Dec. 7, 2010; Jan. 4, Feb. 1, March 1, April 5, May 3, & June 7, 2011.
Each month we'll draw:
12 $50 Winners
4 $100 Winners
1 $250 Winners
2 $25 'Sister Seller' Winners*
And in June ... we'll also draw one $500 bonus winner
*In each monthly drawing, Ursuline Sisters who sold Rally tickets are eligible to win $25. The first two winning tickets drawn with a "sister seller's" name on the back are awarded $25.
The Rally helps pay for critical services and living expenses that increase as everyone gets older and we’re a family of 196! In the area of healthcare alone, our Retirement Fund helps us pay for:
* Dental care;
* Wheelchairs and power chairs;
* Vision care;
* Hearing aids;
* Medical insurance and co-payments;
* Tests & treatments for diseases & conditions, both chronic & temporary;
* Surgeries and follow-up care.
Since sisters received no pay or a small stipend—and the going rate for those sisters who received funding toward their retirement was $100 per year—from 1850 until the mid-1990s, your participation in our Retirement Rally would help us immensely!
We hope you’ll enter the Rally and encourage friends, family and co-workers to “take a chance” on the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland.