Courageous Community Services (CCS), which provides educational and inclusive recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their families, is launching a raffle where ticket holders are eligible to win a weekend stay at the Cannaley Treehouse Village, one of the newest outdoor spaces developed by Metroparks Toledo.
Not only will raffle winners stay at the much sought after ADA-accessible treehouse designed by Nelson Treehouse and Supply, but this prize package also includes a catered meal for four from Extra Virgin Catering Services in addition to a pie from Lamplight Cafe & Bakery and prizes worth $100 from Buff City Soap.
The weekend getaway will take place on March 19 and 20. Tickets are $25 each or six for $100 and can be purchased now at https://givebox.com/ccsohio.
Courageous Community Services, like many other small non-profits, has been negatively impacted by the current pandemic. Proceeds from the raffle will directly support the organization and its community members in the Northwest Ohio region.
“Courageous Community Services is excited to be able to offer this opportunity,” said Executive Director Laura Kuhlenbeck. “I want to thank Metroparks Toledo for working with CCS to help make this possible, as the Cannaley Treehouse Village is a peaceful getaway for individuals during this unprecedented time.”
The raffle closes on Wednesday, March 1. The first winner will be chosen in a random drawing at that time. For more information about the raffle and Courageous Community Services, please visit www.ccsohio.org.