KITCHENER, ON – Hockey is Back! It feels great to finally have the Rangers back on the ice at the Aud! To top it all off, the Rangers Reach Community Impact 50/50 Raffle supporting KidsAbility awarded another huge Jackpot at the game! Even with a reduced capacity crowd at 50% for opening night, Rangers fans and community supporters managed to inflate our jackpot to a Rangers’ game record $33,485.00! This meant awesome news for KidsAbility. It also meant great news for winning ticket holders Glenn Sider and Terry Kempel of Kitchener!
KITCHENER, ON – Hockey is Back and to get ready for the Kitchener Rangers 2021-2022 campaign, In addition to regular game night 50/50 raffles at each Rangers home game, Rangers Reach is excited to announce its next Community Impact 50/50 raffle to support the amazing work of KidsAbility Foundation.
The Raffle will support life-changing therapy, innovative programs and the latest technology. Community support helps a child benefit sooner to say their first words, take their first steps, hold a pencil or spoon or even learn how to make a new friend and participate fully in our community. In your neighbourhood, workplace or even your own home, you will see someone with a KidsAbility story.
Rangers Reach is proud to support KidsAbility in the critical work they do in our community, all while celebrating the return to OHL hockey.
KITCHENER, ON – The Rangers Reach Community Impact 50/50 Raffle supporting Farwell4Hire wrapped up as a true Win-Win in our community. The end result was a jackpot that soared to a record $113,640.00! Great news for Mike Farwell and his campaign in their effort to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis, but equally amazing news for Cameron Swartentruber of Kitchener, who held the winning ticket in the month long raffle and was the Grand Prize winner of the Farwell4Hire 50/50!