Forrest General Healthcare Foundation hosts fifth Win This Car raffle
HATTIESBURG, Miss. – (June 7, 2021) Starting Monday, June 7, the Forrest General Healthcare Foundation will begin selling tickets for a chance to win a 2021 fully loaded Toyota Highlander XSE. Tickets are $75 each, and only 1,400 tickets will be sold. The drawing for the lucky ticket will be held at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, August 26, 2021, at Toyota of Hattiesburg, 6461 U.S. 98, Hattiesburg. Proceeds from this year’s Win This Car will benefit Addiction Treatment and Recovery at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services.
“It’s a brand new year, and we want to put someone in the driver’s seat as they continue to move forward in 2021,” said Martha Dearman, FGH Foundation executive director. “Charitable support always has, and always will be, vital to assuring that our community continues to have access to the very best healthcare services, technology, and programs available.”
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
There are several ways to purchase tickets. Participants may use a credit card to order tickets by calling the Foundation at 601-288-4396 or going online to FGHFoundation.com. They can also download the order form from the Foundation website and mail completed form with $75 payment to Forrest General Healthcare Foundation, P.O. Box 19010, Hattiesburg, MS 39404-9010. Tickets are also on sale in the Foundation office at 125 S. 28th Ave., Suite 149, Hattiesburg, or you may fax a completed order form to 601-288-4367. The deadline for purchasing tickets is 4 p.m. on Friday, August 20.
For a full list of terms and conditions or for more information about Win This Car, visit forresthealth.org/winthiscar.
About the Forrest General Healthcare Foundation:
The Forrest General Healthcare Foundation cultivates and inspires meaningful, lasting relationships and investments that enrich the healthcare experience in our community. They raise money and promote awareness to support Forrest Health in improving the healthcare and well-being of its patients.