Enter to win a 2019 Hyundai Kona – Iron Man Edition!
PROCEEDS BENEFIT C.A.R.E. ANIMAL RESCUE!
This MARVEL-Us, ALL-WHEEL DRIVE, technology-packed vehicle could be yours, for only $25… and we’ll even pay the sales tax! The approximate total prize value is $34,862.25.
Reliable Hyundai’s 2019 Iron Man Kona will be on display at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema every Thursday-Sunday, and viewable at the C.A.R.E. Adoption Center Monday-Wednesday until raffle ticket sales close, December 31, 2019 at 11:59.59 PM.
Only 4000 raffle tickets are available, so your odds increase with each entry. The number of individual entries is limited to the number of raffle tickets remaining. There will be two (2) random drawings. The first drawing will be held at Reliable Hyundai, on or about January 2, 2020. Fifty (50) entrants will be randomly selected from the pool of all entrants. The selected raffle entrants will be contacted to attend a VIP event at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Each entrant selected from the first drawing may invite one (1) guest to attend the VIP event at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, which will be held January 16, 2020. If multiple raffle tickets belonging to the same person are drawn, this person will be allowed two (2) additional guests to attend the VIP event per ticket drawn. In addition, each of the tickets selected from the first drawing will enter the final drawing of fifty (50) tickets. At the conclusion of the event, the winner of the 2019 Hyundai Kona – Iron Man Edition, will be randomly selected.
If you have one of the 50 tickets drawn to attend the VIP event at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and you are unable to attend, you may send a representative (and a guest) on your behalf. Your name will still be in the final drawing, and the Iron Man Kona will be awarded to the original raffle entrant.
Castaway Animals Rescue Effort, otherwise known as C.A.R.E., is a charitable 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals. Established in 1992, C.A.R.E. has saved over 20,000 lives and we are still counting. From our humble grassroots beginnings, we have grown into southwest Missouri's largest no-kill shelter. Operations are still overseen by founder and director, Melissa Sartin. Her compassion for all living creatures drives the organization forward.
Everyday we strive to ease the pain that victims of neglect and abuse endure, offering safety and hope, and finding them the homes they so richly deserve. We are proud to work alongside government agencies and other nonprofits making a difference in the lives of the animals we care so deeply about. Together we serve as a voice for those who cannot speak.
The C.A.R.E. shelter houses hundreds of homeless animals. We have our Adoption Center in Springfield, open seven days a week, which house our current adoptable pets. Our sanctuary near Aurora is reserved for animals who may need some extra time to fully recover and become ready for adoption. We also house our rescued farm animals at this location. Our unadoptable animals reside at our sanctuary as well, each spending their days with cageless freedom, their nights in warm beds, and receiving lots of love and individual attention.
C.A.R.E. relies solely on the kindness and donations of the public to care for our animals. We are not city or state funded and all donations are tax deductible. We rescue approximately 1,000 animals a year, including dogs, cats, small mammals, horses, pigs and more. Your donations change the lives of so many animals who would otherwise not have a chance.
To rescue as many adoptable animals from death row as we can properly provide and care for.
To provide medical treatment for sick and injured stray animals.
To combine an aggressive spay and neuter program with a high-volume adoption program while providing quality lifetime care for unadoptable pets.
To network and provide a rescue service for other shelters, ultimately reducing the kill rate in Southwest Missouri.
Nestled in Aurora's countryside, C.A.R.E.'s sanctuary provides life saving rehabilitation and lifetime care to all types of animals. Each animal is unique in the time and care required to heal from lives of neglect, abuse or injuries. No matter their history, our sanctuary gives these animals the freedom and quality of life they deserve. We provide a loving environment for elderly animals who have lost their homes through our hospice program, and we accommodate animals with special needs where elsewhere they may be deemed unadaptable. We have a feline Leukemia cabin, and we are consistently taking in animals in medical emergency situations. The sanctuary is a peaceful place where transformations happen when animals realize they are safe and loved.