Raffle Prize Winners at ChicMeetsGeek Seattle

Chic Meets Geek, the Jolkona Foundation, and Washington CASH want to thank everyone who participated in the raffle that took place on Wednesday, August 18th at Hotel 1000 in Seattle, WA.  Due to the timing of the schedule of events that evening, we were unable to announce the winners.  Please find the following raffle prize ticket numbers to claim your winning(s).

Raffle Prize Winners:
#384086 – 2 Tixs to the Seattle Repertory
#384025 – 2 Tixs to the Seattle Repertory
#384063 – 2 Tixs to the Seattle Symphony
#384032 – 30 mins of Belly Dance Instruction
#384091 – Free Boot Camp to Sassy Fit.

In order to verify that you are the winner of the event, please take a snapshot of your ticket and email it to info@chicmeetsgeek.com. Once it is verified, we will send you the address to pick up the prize or have it mailed directly to you.

Please note that 100% of the proceeds from the raffle at Chic Meets Geek went to benefit two local non-profit organizations, Jolkona Foundation and Washington CASH.

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The Non-Profit Beneficiaries at the August 18th Chic Meets Geek Seattle event:

Jolkona Foundation
Jolkona Foundation is a start-up non-profit organization that lets people choose how to impact the world through small donations (starting at just $5!), and unlike other micro-giving websites, they provide tangible proofs of impact for every donation. Their mission is to connect people with global philanthropic opportunities and show the impact of one’s donations. For giving that you can see, visit www.jolkona.org today!

Washington CASH
Washington CASH Washington CASH is a microenterprise development organization and Certified CDFI dedicated to fostering economic self-sufficiency through self-employment training and lending to low-income individuals. Washington CASH serves residents in three Washington state counties by providing business development training, microloans, mentoring, marketing assistance, individual technical assistance and Individual Development Accounts (IDAs). Washington CASH (WC) serves individuals who are at or below 200 percent of the poverty threshold. More info at www.washingtoncash.org.

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