February 9, 2013
A benefit for Thresholds where everybody gets to be young again.
Enjoy an exciting, all-ages event at the Field Museum to benefit Thresholds. Featuring food, drinks, entertainment, and access to all the museum's exhibits -
this is an event not to be missed!
Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to
win a brand-new FIAT 500 Pop
Winner of raffle chooses car color. Logo not present on actual vehicle.
The Field Museum's featured exhibits will include Images of the Afterlife, where you can come face to face with mummies like never before, and Fashion and the Field Museum, featuring the fashion of Chicago designer Maria Pinto.
Co-Chairs Rachel Goetz and Olibia Stamatoglou
Fiat Raffle Sponsor
Heart and Soul
Robin and Justin Sheperd
Heart of Gold
Liz Ellrodt and Scott Schweighauser
First National Assets
MB Financial Bank
Heart to Heart
Andrea and Douglas Cordiano
First Bank of Highland Park
Matsock Insurance & Financial Services
Ace of Hearts
Aspire Tenant Improvements, LLC
Denio and Terri Bolzan
Samuel Bottum and Melanie Domer
Laurie and Ryan Cahill
Jessica Dunne and Brian Reshefsky
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goetz
Kathy and Jerry Graham
Ron and Marilynn Grais
Mary Jo and Steve Herseth
Mark Ishaug and Micah Krohn
The Laubacher Company
Richard and Anne Marie Morley
Debbie Pavick and Joe Block
John & Olibia Stamatoglou
Thresholds Associates Board
Dana and Steve Weinstein
Andy and Becky Anderson
Mary and Mark Anzilotti
BofI Federal Bank
Sam and Michele Dendrinos
Data-Comm Sales, Inc
Jeff and Mary Josephs
De Giulio Kitchen Design
Martha and Joby Gardner
Great Lakes Bank, N.A.
Tom and Vicki Horwich
IlliniCare Health Plan
Drs. Shaun & Padma Kondamuri
Morse L. Drugs
Kirsten and Thomas Muszynski
O'Sullivans Public House Forest Park
Pediatric Dental Health Associates
Anne and Brent Peterson
Loretta and Dale Pierson
Dave and Tammy Randa
Jeff and Melissa Riemer
Rose Hill Center
Gina Shropshire and Carmichael Washington
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP
Sonny and Shefali Tejpal
Marvin & Saundra Zessar
Special Thanks To:
Bettenhausen FIAT of Tinley Park
Food For Thought
Worlds Finest Chocolate
How to enter the “Fiat 500 Pop Car” raffle:
All raffle tickets purchased online at www.youngatheart13.eventbrite.com by 11:55 p.m. on February 8, 2013 are automatically entered in the “Fiat 500 Pop Car” raffle. Internet sales of raffle tickets are OPEN TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF ILLINOIS ONLY. Raffle also can be purchased in-person at the Thresholds Young at Heart event on February 9, 2013. In-person sales of raffle tickets on February 9 are open ONLY TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF STATES WHERE IT IS NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW. Raffle tickets may be purchased by individuals who are 21 years of age or older. Raffle is void in states where prohibited by law.
Purchasing raffle tickets: Raffle tickets may be purchased for twenty dollars ($20.00) each by eligibile persons (see above) from November 8, 2012 10:00 a.m. CT until February 8, 2013 11:55 p.m. CT. There are two (2) ways to purchase Raffle tickets:
(1) Online at www.youngatheart13.eventbrite.com by purchasing "Raffle Ticket". Credit cards must be used to pay for online ticket purchases and residency status within the State of Illinois for eligibility purposes will be determined by the address assigned to such credit card.
(2) In person on February 9, 2013 at the Young at Heart event at the Field Museum in Chicago, IL.
Sale of Raffle Tickets either at the Young at Heart event or online may be suspended or stopped at any time at the sole discretion of Thresholds.
The Internal Revenue Service takes the position that no portion of the Raffle ticket price will qualify as a charitable contribution for federal income purposes.
Eligibility: Anyone can enter the “Fiat 500 Pop Car” raffle, except employees of Thresholds External Affairs Department, their immediate family, or persons living in the same household. The raffle is open to any United States resident. Void where prohibited by law. Winner of the “Fiat 500 Pop Car” raffle must be 21 years old or older. As a condition of being awarded the Prize, winner must sign and return a release form by March 30, 2013.
Prize: 1 Fiat 500 Pop valued at $16,200
Selection and notification of winner: A winner will be drawn on February 9, 2013 at the Young at Heart Benefit event. Online entries will not be accepted after 11:59 p.m. on February 8, 2013. Winners will be selected by random drawing and need not be present. Winners will be notified by telephone or email. The rules detailing raffle eligibility and method of selecting winner are on file at Thresholds. The chances of winning are dependent upon the number of entries.
General: By participating in the “Fiat 500 Pop Car” raffle, the participant agrees that Thresholds and related organizations, their agents and employees have no liability whatsoever for any injuries, losses or damages of any kind which result from use of the Prize or by participation in the contest. Prize must be claimed by March 30, 2013. Prize is nontransferable, and cannot be exchanged for cash. Thresholds may use winner's name for publicity purposes without further compensation.
The winner is responsible for paying all taxes and expenses relating to winning the Prize. By participating in the raffle, participant agrees to be bound by these Official Rules, and by all decisions of the contest judges.
Established in 1959, Thresholds provides healthcare, housing, and hope for thousands of people with mental illness in Illinois. Through research, employment, advocacy, care, and housing, Thresholds assists and inspires people with mental illnesses to reclaim their lives.
Last year, Thresholds:
Thresholds is the oldest and largest provider of recovery services for persons with severe mental illness in Illinois. We utilize evidence-based practices and thoughtful supports to treat the whole person, rather than just the disease. We offer 25 innovative programs at 70+ locations throughout Chicago, the adjacent suburbs, and McHenry and Kankakee counties. Services include: assertive outreach, case management, housing, employment, education, psychiatry, primary care, substance abuse treatment, and pioneering research.