The Giants Community Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has launched a new fundraising program at AT&T Park - the 50/50 Raffle presented by HERO. During every home game, unless otherwise noted on the website, fans, 18 years or older, have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets from the time the gates
The Giants Community Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has launched a new fundraising program at AT&T Park - the 50/50 Raffle presented by HERO.
During every home game, unless otherwise noted on the website, fans, 18 years or older, have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets from the time the gates open (two hours before first pitch) to the end of the 6th inning.
Raffle tickets are sold at various price points, which include 1 for $3; 3 for $5; 10 for $10; 40 for $20; and 120 for $40. Tickets can be purchased from any of the Raffle Team Members roaming throughout the park or at the 50/50 Kiosk located on the Promenade Level. The jackpot amount grows as tickets are purchased and fans are updated about the running total throughout the game. The winning raffle number is announced in park and posted on the scoreboard and at the 50/50 Kiosk in the 8th inning. Half the proceeds from the jackpot go to the winning fan and the other half to the Giants Community Fund.
One raffle number is randomly selected to win at each game. The winner does not have to be present at AT&T Park to win. The winning raffle number will be posted at sfgiants.com/5050raffle within 3 business days of each game. The winner must submit the original winning raffle ticket to claim the cash prize and, if present at the park, can do so at the 50/50 Kiosk.
About Giants Community Fund and Junior Giants
The Giants Community Fund collaborates with the San Francisco Giants by using baseball as a forum to encourage underserved youth and their families to live healthy, productive lives. The Fund supports Junior Giants leagues throughout Northern California, Nevada and Oregon and provides assistance to targeted community initiatives in the areas of Education, Health and Violence Prevention.
Junior Giants, the flagship program of the Giants Community Fund, serves 25,000 boys and girls in 90 communities with a free, non-competitive baseball program. The program focuses on the importance of character development, education, healthy living and bullying prevention. For more information, please visit jrgiants.org.
HERO is a new financing program that helps lower your utility bills with affordable home efficiency upgrades like solar, heating and air conditioning, windows, roofs and more. Visit HERO Program at www.heroprogram.com for more information and to see how much your home qualifies for.