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You can now win a 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera, Jaguar F Type R Dynamic or Audi A8! And only until TONIGHT, use Promo Code “PURIM” and get your second ticket 25% off.
Chicago Chesed Fund’s exciting raffle–The Vortex–is offering YOU the chance to win one of the hottest new 2019 cars while supporting hungry Jewish families. After all, Pesach is coming up and Jewish families all over are feeling the financial pressure. YOU can help us #DriveOutHunger while entering for your new luxury car! Talk about a win-win!
Enter for a chance to win a choice of three luxury cars: 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera, Jaguar F Type R Dynamic or Audi A8. Or pocket $50,000 cash instead.
Tickets are selling at $100 per piece but since we are feeling “post-Purim” jolly, use the promo code “PURIM” and get 2 tickets for only $175! Act fast–offer expires TONIGHT, March 24, 2019 at 11:59pm EST.
In case you’re not convinced, we broke down some of the reasons that this awesome raffle is for YOU:
✔ Who doesn’t want or deserve a cool new car? We asked around–we ALL do!
✔ Plus, who wouldn’t want to win the ultimate Afikoman present?
✔ Your money will help #DriveOutHunger in the Midwest.
✔ You can use your purchase to fulfill the timely mitzvah of Maos Chitim.
✔ You can catch up on your Maaser Money and help a Jewish individual or family in need.
✔ If you act super duper fast, you can still take advantage of our special Purim Promo to get your second ticket 25% off!
✔ And once again, have you seen the cars being raffled off?!?!
Yep, it’s pretty much a win-win for all those involved. So, c’mon! It’s time to shift into high gear and do something that means something. But hurry, a maximum of 4,999 tickets will be sold.
P.S. All proceeds benefit Chicago Chesed Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, committed to helping families and individuals in need throughout the Chicagoland area.
Maaser money may be used toward the purchase of tickets or you may use this money toward the timely mitzvah of Maos Chitim, as per Dayan HaRav Shmuel Fuerst of Chicago, Illinois.