This year’s Dream Lottery to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital features a luxury James Bay townhome, a 2021 Tesla and $850,000 cash as prizes.
The 1,451 square-foot, three-level, two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home in the Capital Park Residences at 560 Michigan St. also features an 888-square foot rooftop terrace and a private garage.
The Dream Lottery supports research initiatives that lead to innovative discoveries and treatments, which in turn directly help experts at BC Children’s Hospital advance their quest to conquer childhood illnesses. Here, more than 1,000 researchers work to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Akash Rattan, vice president and chief financial officer of the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, says the hospital has world-leading experts due to the significant resources put towards research.
“Dream Lottery funds go directly towards innovative research, which leads to new medical solutions to treat B.C.’s sick and injured children. Over the past 14 months throughout the pandemic, our hospital’s researchers and clinicians haven’t lifted their feet off the gas pedal. They have pivoted and adapted to changes as needed, and most importantly they have continued to provide our children with the best medical options available.”
The winner of the Dream Lottery can choose from one of eight grand prize dream home packages: there are two at Morgan Creek in South Surrey worth $2.9 million; McKinley in Kelowna worth over $2.6 million; Lakeview Living in Penticton worth over $2.5 million; Victoria worth over $2.5 million; Vancouver-Oakridge worth over $2.6 million; Island Lifestyle in Courtenay worth over $2.6 million; and the cash prize of $2.3 million tax free.
Tickets in the 2021 Dream Lottery, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, are on sale now through midnight on Oct. 1 or until tickets sell out.
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