San Diego CA— William McQuown of Vista is the winner of the 15th annual Dream House Raffle’s early bird drawing, receiving his choice of a 2019 Porsche 911 Targa 4S, trip to Europe and Asia by private jet, or $100,000.
Raffle ticket purchasers have the opportunity to get their hands on one of 1,000 prizes, including luxury cars, vacations, high-end technology and cash. This year’s grand prize winner is guaranteed his or her choice of or the 6,200-square-foot dream home, a $2.1 million annuity or $1.3 million in cash. This year’s dream home includes five bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms, home office, exercise room and a resort-inspired backyard complete with a private beach-entry pool, grotto, waterslide, poolside cabana, in-ground trampoline and more.
The Dream House Raffle raises funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities® of San Diego, a nonprofit organization that provides critical services like lodging, meals and emotional support to families with a critically ill or injured child in a local hospital. The local Ronald McDonald House relies on fundraisers, like the Dream House Raffle, to support more than 14,000 family members every year.
“All of us at San Diego’s Ronald McDonald House are grateful for individuals like William whose participation in the Dream House Raffle is helping support families going through a frightening and stressful time,” said Chuck Day, president and CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego. “Raffle ticket purchasers not only have the chance to win amazing, life-changing prizes through the Dream House Raffle, but are helping keep families close to one another and the care they need.”
Single ticket prices are $150, but there are also discounted multi-ticket packages, as well as add-on tickets available. By purchasing an add-on ticket with a single raffle ticket, the ticket purchaser is entered for a chance to win a weekly prize of $25,000 or one of eight premium prize packages such as a 2019 Ford F-150, a Lake Tahoe vacation package and more. A list of all available prizes and ticket options is available at SDRaffle.com.
About Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego
Founded in 1980, Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego provides a “home-away-from-home,” which keeps families close to one another and the care they need while their child is being treated for serious, often life-threatening conditions at local hospitals. San Diego’s Ronald McDonald House was specifically designed to provide the necessities of home – including 55 bedrooms, a kitchen and a children’s play area – to help strengthen families and bolster their psychological well-being during difficult times regardless of their situation or ability to pay. The Ronald McDonald House creates an emotional and physical sanctuary for nearly 14,000 family members each year. To learn more, visit rmhcsd.org.