2019 Winter Horse Raffle
Winning ticket to be drawn
December 20th, 2019
Tickets are $100 each
For every $500 spent you will get an additional raffle ticket.
We'd like to introduce our winter Raffle horse Rodney! He is gentle as they come with a willing mind that makes training easy and fun. His Cavvy purchased Rodney knowing he would eventually be raffled to bless a family in need! We have been riding Rodney for the past couple of months and know that by being raffled he will help financially bless the Gomersal Family, and will also be a blessing to whomever wins the raffle.
To be honest this is so much more than a raffle to raise money, it’s a way to bless a stranger or maybe even a friend! We need to get the word out about “Rodney the Raffle Horse”. The winning ticket will be drawn December 20, 2019 Live on our Facebook Page.
We love getting to use our talents, knowledge, and resources to help families, it gives purpose to our day to day life!
Thank you for all your support!
Here's the face behind why we are raffling off Rodney! This is much more than a raffle to win a horse. We don’t want to focus on Rodney the Raffle horse. We want to share with you Wil Gomersal. He was born with a rare genetic disorder called Methylmalonic Acidemia. Wil just went through both liver and kidney transplants November 27th. We are raising money to bless this small town Idaho family this holiday season. The money raised through the raffle and direct donation will go to bless The Gomersal Family this season with whatever needs that will allow the family to be completely present with a little bit of the burden lifted through the holidays. The money raised will demonstrate a community of friends from all over, united together giving hope, confidence, and determination! Lets come together for Wil this season!
Please feel free to call us directly Cody Harris 307-679-6133 or Victoria Harris 503-756-9673 we would love to talk to you and share the heart behind His Cavvy Foundation or answer any questions about how to donate.
“A lot of people doing a little, makes a huge difference!”