Wellesley Rotary Club Fundraiser: Win up to $3,000 in local restaurant gift cards

SPONSORED CONTENT: Thanks to the Rotary Club of Wellesley for sponsoring the Restaurants page of the Swellesley Report.

Enter the Rotary Club’s second annual “Dinner on Us” contest now. Tickets are available until November 11, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The draw is November 15.

So many prices, so little time. The Rotary Club has purchased gift cards from 50 Wellesley restaurants, and many restaurants have donated gift card prizes of $100, $50 and $25, so now it’s your turn to step up and take action. buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win big.

Absurd Grand Prize – $3,000
Winner takes all $100 gift cards to 30 Wellesley restaurants

Ridiculous second prize – $1,500
Winner takes all $50 gift cards to 30 Wellesley restaurants

Incredible 3rd to 6th prizes – $450
Winners receive all $25 gift cards to enjoy pizzas and coffees from Wellesley!

Awesome 7th AND 8th PRIZE – $100
Winners receive 2 tickets to the Taste of Wellesley 2023!

Now is your chance to score a big victory for you and your city. Every donation for contest entries for the second annual About Us Dinner contributes to ending food insecurity among our most vulnerable residents. The Rotary Club’s goal is to raise $40,000.

Why participate in the contest?

  1. You will help end food insecurity in Wellesley. Proceeds from the contest fund vital Rotary projects, including: The Village Table, which feeds community members; the Mass Bay Community College Project, which feeds students; the annual Rotary Veterans Meal Service at the New England Center for Veterans; and other important Rotary mission projects
  2. PRIZE: If you win first or second prize, you can eat at another Wellesley restaurant for over six months! How fun would that be? And gift cards never expire.
  3. Because Wellesley is a community that cares about its residents, and you are part of it. Supporting Wellesley Rotary’s second annual ‘Dinner on Us’ is a great way to help friends and neighbors through tough times.

Michael N. Clark