Part of Jaguars 50/50 raffle going to Second Harvest

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- At Sunday's home game against the Indianapolis Colts, the Jaguars Foundation will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the Foundation as well as Second Harvest of North Florida.

According to a release from the Jaguars Foundation, half of the raffle's proceeds will go to the winner and the other half will go to the Jaguars Foundation and Second Harvest.

The prices of the tickets are as follows:

1 ticket for $2
3 tickets for $5
10 tickets for $10
40 tickets for $20

This will be the fourth 50/50 charity raffle this season, as the first two preseason games and the first regular season game have benefited First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Family Promise and the JT Townsend Foundation.

During these first three games, according to the release, more than $30,000 has been raised.

To buy tickets, fans can visit kiosks near the Bud Zone, or on the main concourse by ramps for gates 2, 3, and 4. The winner will be announced in the fourth quarter and participants do not need to be present to win.

"This is a wonderful opportunity for Second Harvest and we really thank the Jaguars for making this possible," Executive Director of Second Harvest Bruce Ganger said in the release. "Hunger among working families, homebound elderly and children in our community continues to grow. Every dollar raised at the game will enable Second Harvest to provide seven meals to feed those who struggle to feed themselves."


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