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Drawing Party for the 2009 Jaguar XK and $10,000!
It’s your chance to win a 2009 Jaguar XK AND $10,000! This car is gorgeous. It has leather interior, heated seats and steering wheel, navigation, Bluetooth and so much more!

And, $10,000 in your pocket sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? Think of all the fun you could have with this awesome car and $10k!

Every chance you purchase helps the Variety Kids!

Grab your chance to win when you purchase entry to the drawing party held on Tuesday, September 27th,  2022.

Tickets are $10 each OR get FIVE tickets for $40. Winner need not be present to win.

Official rules may be found varietybuffalo.org!
Donate $10 or more

Single Entry

Includes ONE entry to the drawing party and ONE car raffle ticket. *Donate $10 for this ticket.

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Donate $40 or more

Five Entries

Includes FIVE entries to the drawing party and FIVE car raffle tickets. *Donate $40 for this ticket.

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Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York
In Support of Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York
Variety - the Children's Charity of Buffalo and Western New York supports children in our region who are facing illness, disability, or disadvantage with a range of programs from life-saving medical interventions to enrichment programs in sports and the arts. Our flagship event is our annual Variety Kids Telethon, one of the nation's longest-running, locally-produced telethons. Funds from the Telethon go to the Variety Tent #7 Robert Warner Rehabilitation Center and the Oishei Children's Hospital, as well as over a dozen local children's organizations in Western New York every year.

Our mission is to transform, uplift and enrich the lives of children facing illness, disability or disadvantage in Western New York.
Our vision is to be the most trusted and effective children's charity in Western New York. 
Our promise is to be a faithful steward of public funds and a compassionate advocate for the most vulnerable children in our region.