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Mighty Millions Lottery 2020 - Top Prize Winners

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 88,000 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 the expansion of round-the-clock mental health support for children, youth and families, and integration of mental health crisis services within the Stollery Emergency department. This will help to provide 24/7 access to an expert team of pediatric nurses, social workers, therapists and child and adolescent psychiatrists.

This year’s lucky top winners are:

1. Grand Prize Showhome plus $100,000: 3189 Cameron Heights Way, Edmonton:
Peter Fee, St. Albert, AB. Ticket#: 062193

2. 50/50 Add-On Cash Prize of $899,162.50:
Randall Gerrits, Breton, AB. Ticket#: 672336

3. Porsche Early Bird Prize or $150,000 cash:
Kathleen McDace, Wembley, AB. Ticket#: 027366

4. 2021 Range Rover Sport or 2021 Audi S6 Sedan or $100,000 cash:
Elvira Stubbington, Sherwood Park, AB. Ticket#: 011138

5. 2021 Jaguar F-Pace or 2021 Ford F-150 Supercrew Limited or $82,000 cash:
Gary Nelson, St. Albert, AB. Ticket#: 023327

All 2,415 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.

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.


Media contact:
Martin Schuldhaus
Vice-President, Marketing & Communications
Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation
780.989.7392 |martin.schuldhaus@stollerykids.com