Tickets are on sale — get your chance at a new house and help kids along the way.
Since 2011 there have been nine winners of a brand-new home in Norton Commons. In 2020 there will be a lucky No. 10. The Norton Children’s Hospital Home & BMW Raffle is celebrating its 10th annual home giveaway on Nov. 21, 2020. Tickets are available for purchase now and until the day of the drawing, unless they sell out! Tickets are $100 each, and only 12,000 will be sold.
All 10 homes have been built in the Norton Commons neighborhood in Louisville. Norton Commons is a 600-acre, mixed-use, new urbanism community in northeastern Jefferson County. Over a quarter of the land is a system of parks, squares, plazas, trails, and recreational and civic amenities, including three pools and playgrounds.
“The Home & BMW raffle keeps growing with each year,” said Charles Osborn III, managing director of Norton Commons. “We’re incredibly proud to play a part in this important fundraiser for the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation because we know it is a first-rate organization that continues to touch the lives of families every day in our community.”
Since 2011, the Home & BMW Raffle has raised more than $3 million for Norton Children’s Hospital. “This community does an amazing job of rallying around Norton Children’s Hospital and our mission to provide the best care for all kids and their families,” said Lynnie Meyer, Ed.D., R.N., CFRE, senior vice president and chief development officer, Norton Healthcare. “We are incredibly grateful for the vendors like Norton Commons, Ramage Company, Leslie Cotter Interiors, WAVE-3 News and BMW of Louisville, who make this event happen.”
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Ramage Company, which develops the house plans with C3 Studio, is overseeing construction again. Interior design services are provided by Leslie Cotter Interiors, in conjunction with support from suppliers and trade partners who have donated time and materials to the project.
“This is our eighth year supporting this effort, and each time it has been a wonderful project,” said David Ramage, founder and president, Ramage Company. “Everyone involved knows the value of helping the children of this community, and we’re honored we can give back.”
While there is only one house winner per year, each raffle ticket purchased makes a difference in the lives of the families that need Norton Children’s Hospital.