Fairmount Center for the Arts, a non-profit arts organization, has launched an innovative fundraiser called the “Fairmount 500” that will provide the opportunity for an individual to win $15,000. Only 500 tickets are available and sales have begun and will end August 25, 2021 at midnight (or when all 500 tickets have been sold).
Envisioned by Toby Maloney, Board of Director, Toby notes that “Participating in the raffle is a great way to support Fairmount and to dream big.  Since we’re limiting the number of tickets to 500, the odds are attractive and we hope our top prize of $15,000 and runner-up prizes of $2,000 and $1,000 will be appealing to people.”
The drawing will be held (winner need not be present) on the evening of Thursday, August 26, 2021 during the culminating reception of the 45th Annual Fairmount Art Exhibition. This event is free and open to the public. Additionally, the drawing for the winning ticket will also be live-streamed so all can join in the fun of this moment from wherever their location.
This is a great chance to win some extra cash and support Fairmount Center for the Arts who is celebrating 50 years of providing programs in dance, music, theatre and visual arts.
Fairmount is grateful for the support of the following sponsors of the Fairmount 500:
Gold Level Sponsor: Gloria and Alan Wright
Silver Level Sponsors: Aqua Doc, Lyndall Insurance and Shook Construction
Bronze Level Sponsors: ATG Originals, Evergreen Landscapes, Inc., Patterson Fruit Farms
For complete information and/or to purchase one of these limited number of tickets, visit www.fairmountcenter.org.
Fairmount Center for the Arts is located at 8400 Fairmount Road, Novelty, 44072.
The mission of Fairmount Center for the Arts is to enrich lives through the arts. For nearly 50 years, Fairmount Center for the Arts has provided a space for individual expression and the opportunity for all to explore the arts through classes, workshops, community performances and cultural programs. For more information or to register for summer camps, classes, music lessons and special events visit www.fairmountcenter.org or call (440) 338-3171.