EFryNWO Spring 50/50

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winner takes $832

Sales Ended

Fri May 10 2024

Ticket Prices

50 for $75

25 for $50

10 for $25

3 for $10

1 for $5

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Thu Feb 29 2024

Sales End

Fri May 10 2024

Draw Date

Fri May 10 2024

Draw Location

705 Victoria Ave. E Thunder Bay, ON P7C5X9


Ticket Number: E-1571

Drawn On: Fri May 10 2024

“Please join us for our first 50/50 raffle in support of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Northwestern Ontario. Funds raised will go directly to programming, client care, release kits, outreach efforts, and everything that keeps EFry working to serve local women and gender diverse individuals in the greatest need.”

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Northwestern Ontario (EFSNWO) is a vibrant grassroots non-profit organization in Thunder Bay, Ontario. EFSNWO’s mission is to challenge systemic oppression and stigma that forces the criminalization of Two-Spirit, women, and gender-diverse people. EFSNWO is an abolitionist organization committed to addressing the over-incarceration of Two-Spirit and Indigenous women. EFSNWO provides vital programs, services, and advocacy for those involved in the criminal justice system, at risk of criminalization, or experiencing homelessness.

Since 2021, EFSNWO has offered low-barrier harm reduction transitional housing for women+. This program provides stability, wrap-around support, and aids individuals in healing from past trauma to ultimately secure permanent housing. We offer several programs/services at the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre, including weekly support and advocacy visits, family liaison services, proactive release planning, a clothing bank, arts and crafts, meditation, and skill-based initiatives.

The EFSNWO Circle of Care offers a welcoming community drop-in providing access to essentials like food, clothing, hygiene products, and harm reduction supplies. Services include housing assistance, referrals to mental health and addiction services, and meeting basic needs. EFSNWO engages with the community by hosting events, conducting outreach, and a low-barrier food bag program. EFSNWO also engages in systemic advocacy by educating the community about factors leading to the criminalization of women+ and inspecting and reporting on conditions and human rights issues faced by incarcerated women+.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Robyn Saxberg at: [email protected] | 807.623.1319

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