You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a ticket. All tickets must be received by September 3, 2012 to be eligible for the drawing. The drawing will take place September 6, 2012 at 10:00 am at the YWCA North Central Indiana South Bend offices, 1102 S. Fellows Street, South Bend, IN 46601. Participants are welcome to attend the drawing but winners need not be present. All winners will be notified within 48 hours of the drawing. All scholarships will be paid directly to the college or university of the winner's choice. The winner of the $50,000 scholarship may opt to instead accept a $25,000 cash prize. The winner of the $10,000 scholarship may instead opt to accept a $5,000 cash prize. The winner of the $5,000 scholarship may instead opt to accept a $2,500 cash prize. Decisions regarding whether to accept the scholarship or the cash prize must be made within 2 weeks of the drawing. All applicable taxes are the responsibility of each winner.
In the event YWCA North Central Indiana does not sell a minimum of 1000 tickets by September 3, 2012 the YWCA reserves the right to withdraw all initial prizes and reward one top cash prize of $25,000 to the Grand Prize Scholarship winner.
The drawing on September 6, 2012 is being held under the supervision of Jurgonski & Fredlake LLP.
2012 License No. 128209
Proceeds of the "Brighter Tomorrows" Scholarship Drawing will support the YWCA North Central Indiana economic empowerment, domestic violence and sexual assault programs for women and their children. Find out more.
Ken is the Grand Prize Winner in the YWCA's Building Brighter Tomorrows Scholarship Drawing.
Thanks to everyone who
purchased a chance to win.
We hope to see you again next year!
YWCA President & CEO Linda Baechle handed Ken Kobek a check for $25,000 on September 6th. Just hours before Ken's Building Brighter Tomorrows Scholarship Drawing ticket was pulled from a drum by Joe Barkman of Jurgoski & Fredlake CPAs.
Ken receved a cash award instead of the original Grand Prize of a $50,000 college scholaship because fewer than 1,000 tickets were sold.
The money raised by the drawing benefits the YWCA's programs for women and children.