Local not-for-profit organization launches fundraiser for SickKids

August 31, 2023   ·   0 Comments

Driven Living, an Orangeville-based not-for-profit organization, is in the final two weeks of its fundraising campaign, the Driven Living Draw for SickKids. 

This prize draw offers participants a chance to win from a pool of seven exciting prizes. 

The Grand Prize Package features a pair of F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023 3-day tickets in the T-Mobile Fan Zone at Sphere and return airfare on Flair Airlines, with an approximate retail value of $7,500. Those who enter the contest also have the chance to win one of four pairs of return tickets to any Flair Airlines destination, which has an approximate retail value of $1,200 each. The other prizes are two eBay Gift Cards, each valued at $250.

Driven Living was founded earlier this year by Orangeville resident Eric Kunz. The organization seeks to inspire individuals impacted by rare diseases to live life to the fullest and raise awareness and funds for research, care, and treatment. 

Kunz, a rare disease patient himself, is also a skilled race car driver in the Sports Car Championship Canada (SCCC), and SickKids has played a crucial role in his personal journey. 

Last week, Driven Living collaborated with several Orangeville businesses, extending an invitation to display signs for this SickKids fundraiser. Through the convenient Givergy platform, participants can seamlessly purchase tickets by scanning a QR code on these signs.

 J.P. Venditti, the owner of CSN Leggett’s Collision at 51 Broadway, shared his enthusiasm, stating, “We are very happy to support this fundraising cause for an amazing hospital.”

In addition to CSN Leggett’s Collision, Driven Living is grateful to fellow Broadway businesses’ Deja Vu Diner (318 Broadway), Henning Salon (193 Broadway), Mochaberry Coffee (177 Broadway), Mortgage Architects (94 Broadway), Sport-Medic Physiotherapy Clinic (106 Broadway) and Phone Fix Orangeville (96 Broadway) for displaying a QR code sign.

Other participating businesses include Premium Auto Repair (22 Green St.), Prime Communications Canada (82 First St.), Solar Swim (6 Townline), Toronto Auto Glass (87 John St.), and Wicked Shortbread (17 Armstrong St.), who have united to display signs in support of the fundraiser.

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