HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Gift of Life’s Toyota Highlander Raffle-Get it While Tickets Last! Drawing Will Be Held On Tuesday, December 15th
Our good friend Regina Rogers in Beaumont has asked us to let you know about this car raffle and exciting opportunity to “buy one ticket and get one free.“
The raffle benefits the Gift of Life Program that Regina founded nearly 30 years ago to provide free breast and prostate cancer screenings, including all diagnostic tests, for underserved individuals who cannot afford medical care or insurance. Gift of Life has helped extend the lives of hundreds of individuals, and last year alone, diagnosed 24 women with breast cancer and assisted them throughout their treatment, while also supporting three men who were being treated for prostate cancer.
The drawing is a week from now, and we hope you will want to take advantage of this great opportunity perhaps to be the lucky winner of a beautiful car and also support a very worthwhile and noble cause.
Regina even told us she will personally deliver the car to a Houston winner if one should be fortunate and have the winning ticket pulled!
For more information, please call them at 409.833.3663 or visit their website at Gift of Life website.
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Warner Roberts' talent and creativity have led to her success in many careers: fashion model, award-winning television journalist, actress in theater and films, multi-millions fundraiser, interviewer, speaker, magazine writer, publisher, author, and most importantly wife, mother, and grandmother. Her decades of support and dedication to Houston charities is legendary as she produced the first March of Dimes Ball and later "Best Dressed, chaired the first Leukemia Gala, and raised the funds to build the first dormitory for The Mission of Yahweh homeless shelter which has helped countless women and children to rebuild their lives. Warner created The Social Book (nee Houston Calendar of Social Events) in 1996 and added The Social Book's Houston Treasures Award in 2003 to recognize the extraordinary Houstonians who make our city great. She lent her mantra to the title of her best-selling memoir, "Life is an Adventure!" (Photo: Debbie Porter)