Albertans buy more Mighty Millions Lottery tickets than ever before to help advance physical and mental health care at the Stollery Children’s Hospital
EDMONTON — The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation awarded its top prizes today in the Mighty Millions Lottery. With proceeds projected to exceed $3 million, Albertans bought more than 91,000 tickets to help kids and families from backyards across Alberta who rely on the pediatric expertise that the Stollery provides. The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation is directing proceeds to help fund the most urgent needs of the Hospital. One such area is a $5 million expansion of The Beach, the designated play space at the Stollery. This necessary upgrade will include an indoor and outdoor play area, improve accessibility to programming for children of all ages, and be more than double its current size.
This year’s lucky top winners are:
1. Grand Prize Showhome plus $100,000: #2-3466 Keswick Boulevard SW, Edmonton:
Ken Beaupre, Edmonton, AB. Ticket#:074638
2. 2022 Toyota Tundra Platinum or 2022 BMW xDrive Sedan or $82,0000 cash:
M Kathleen Hogan, Edmonton, AB. Ticket#: 049668
3. 2022 Audi A5 Coupe or 2022 Ford Mustang GT Convertible or $60,000 cash:
Blaise McPherson, Edmonton, AB. Ticket#: 036201
4. 2022 Land Rover Discovery or 2022 Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 Coupe or $51,000 cash:
Todd Antoniuk, Edmonton, AB. Ticket #: 082880
5. Double Jaguar Early Bird Prize or $200,000 cash:
Pamela Kshyk, Sherwood Park, AB. Ticket #: 026174
All 2,012 winners will be notified in writing by MNP on what they have won and how to claim their prize. A complete list of winners will be available at MightyMillionsLottery.com on December 10.
Tickets for the record 50/50 are still available until midnight, December 23, and can be purchased at MightyMillionsLottery.com. The jackpot is over $1.9 million and growing.
The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation would like to thank everyone who supports the Mighty Millions Lottery for making children’s health a priority and for helping kids in backyards across Alberta live a long and healthy life.
Communications advisor Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation
Phone: 780.989.7386 | firstname.lastname@example.org