Graves County CASA Playhouse Raffle
Tickets $5 each
Winner drawn May 18, 2019 at 1 p.m. at the Playhouse displayed at
1109 Paris Road, Mayfield, KY
Tickets Available at the CASA office (229 W Walnut St, Mayfield, KY
Check back for other ticket locations
Valued at $3,295
10' x 12' Painted Playhouse with Loft, Shingled Roof, Dutch Door - Child Entry,
Adult Door Entry, Three 2' x 3' Windows
No Board member or paid staff of Graves County Child Advocacy Program can enter the drawing. The winner does not have to be present at the drawing and shall be notified within seven days of the drawing. The winner will have 30 days to claim the prize. Free delivery within 50 miles of Mayfield Kentucky. Over 50 miles is a charge of $3 per mile. If the winner would like to deduct the price of raffle tickets on 2019 taxes then they must provide Graves County Child Advocacy Program with their full name, address, contact information and SS# so an IRS 1099 can be sent: the purchase of raffle tickets are not tax deductible, EXCEPT for the winner. (Winners of raffles can claim the purchase price of tickets if they report the value received as income.)
Graves County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) provides screened, trained, and supported volunteer advocates for children & youth of Carlisle, Graves, and Hickman Counties. CASA Advocates for the best interest of abused, neglected, and dependent children with an active court case until they have a safe, nurturing, permanent home.
Our amazing team of volunteers is committed to helping children that the court has found to be dependent, neglected, and abused. Think you would be a good fit? Contact us!
30 years of working to protect children and educate community on the issues of child abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
All Children grow up in a safe and nurturing home.
Mayfield-Graves County Child Advocacy Program, Inc. formed in 1989 and was established as a 501 (c)3 organization out of concern for a rising number of child abuse and neglect reports in Graves County Kentucky. Initially funding for the agency came from the KY Justice Cabinet's Crime Victims' Trust Fund and allowed the agency to begin a Body Safety program for K-2nd grade students. The agency began operating Graves County CASA in partnership with Graves County District Court in 2000 and expanded into Carlisle District County and Hickman District Court in 2019. The agency is supported by donations and contributions, local government, foundations, grants, and fundraising efforts.
Ryan Toombs - Board Chair
Kim Martin - Vice Chair
Kristin King - Treasurer
Pam Smith - Secretary
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