Ticket Purchase Deadline: February 23, 2018, Midnight (PST)
Drawing: March 15, 2018, 5:30pm (PST)
FIRST PRIZE: 2018 TESLA MODEL 3 or $25,000 CASH
An Oceanfront Estate on the island of Kauai in Hawaii – or $5,000,000 – is just a $150 raffle ticket away for the lucky winner of the 2018 Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle. The first and oldest house raffle licensed in California, proceeds help fund Palos Verdes Art Center’s exhibition, education, and outreach programs, making the visual arts available, accessible and affordable in Los Angeles County.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Gianni Francione, the Dream House melds South Pacific traditions with the best of contemporary design. The three-acre estate features a main house and pavilions with two master suites, two additional bedrooms, detached dining room, four full bathrooms, one half-bath and a four-car garage. The rooms are appointed with soaring ceilings, rich wood interiors, and block walls – surrounded by tropical gardens with an infinity pool, offering dramatic cliff-side views of the Pacific Ocean.
Proceeds from the 16th annual Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle, the first and oldest house raffle licensed in California, benefit the 86-year-old Palos Verdes Art Center’s exhibition, education and outreach programs, making the visual arts available, accessible and affordable.
Funds raised by the Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle directly support PVAC programs such as ‘Art at Your Fingertips’, a school-based outreach program reaching over 7,000 grade school children annually that inspires kids to tap into their creative abilities by teaching art skills. The raffle also supports such initiatives as the Center’s ‘Special Mornings,’ which offers special needs students from the Los Angeles Unified School District a chance to explore the world of art through personalized instruction and projects. Funds raised will also benefit The Studio School, which teaches year-round art classes to adults and children.
“Every ticket sold in the Palos Verdes Dream Raffle helps PVAC unlock the creativity of thousands of youth and adults who visit the Art Center and attend our classes every year.” – Joe Baker, CEO and Executive Director of the Palos Verdes Art Center.