2018 Car For a Cure Raffle Benefiting Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi – EXPIRED
WINNER UPDATE: Winner of the Honda HR-V Car for a Cure Raffle is Ted Varner from Pelahatchie, MS. Drawing was held during Ultimate Fashion Show and Champagne Brunch on April 19, 2018.
It’s time to purchase your 2018 Car for a Cure Raffle tickets for a chance to win a new 2017 Honda HR-V EX CVT. We are happy to team up with the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi to help drive away diabetes for the 30th year.
Car for a Cure Raffle Tickets and Drawing
You can purchase your raffle tickets on the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi’s website – Purchase tickets here or give them a call at 601-957-7878. You can also purchase tickets at our Service Cashier Window through April 18th. The HR-V will be given away during the Ultimate Fashion Show and Champagne Brunch on April 19, 2018 to a lucky raffle ticket holder.
About the 2017 Honda HR-V
We thought the popular 2017 Honda HR-V 2WD EX CVT would be the perfect fit for the Car for a Cure Raffle. It’s a sleekly styled CUV that offers exceptional versatility, advanced connectivity, excellent fuel efficiency and fun-to-drive performance. Features include Smart Entry and push button start, One-touch power moonroof with tilt features, 7-inch Display Audio with high-resolution WVGA electrostatic touch-screen and so much more.
About the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi
Mississippi’s only nonprofit health organization that provides diabetes information, patient services and advocacy, and its mission is to provide hope through programs, services and research to the 346,500 Mississippians with diabetes. Every dollar raised by the DFM stays in the state to support these efforts. In addition, 89 cents of every dollar raised goes toward the organization’s charitable purposes. For this reason, the DFM received the coveted, Charity Navigator four-star rating- the highest rating awarded to nonprofit organizations, a title given to only 25 percent of all charities. The DFM is the one diabetes organization totally dedicated to all Mississippians– from children to seniors– who live with diabetes.