CALIFORNIA LOTTERY TICKETS, $20 Amazon Gift Card and RASPBERRY RALLY Girl Scout Cookies
Item Number: 190
Time Left: CLOSED
Online Close: Mar 28, 2023 8:31 PM PDT
Bid History: 14 bids - Item Sold!
Donated by Sra. Guevara's 4th/5th grade class, this is a spectacular auction lot that could be the road to riches and early retirement.
St. Patrick's Day just passed and we were lucky enough to follow the leprechaun to the of the rainbow, where he was hiding his treasure and came up with this awesome assortment.
First off... the winner will receive everything you see in the photo.
This auction lot is highlighted by $90 face value in CALIFORNIA LOTTERY TICKETS.
These are the every so popular California Lottery "Scratchers" tickets:
2 x $20 Priced tickets
2 x $10 Priced tickets
3 x $5 Priced tickets
15 x $1 Priced tickets
PLUS a guaranteed winner in two (2) $10 Amazon Gift Cards (total value of $20)
and to top if all off, the elusive RASPBERRY RALLY Girl Scout Cookies, which have been selling as a rarity on eBay for $100+ per box!
As the Lottery's California Dreaming commercial campaign once touted "Live the Dream! Add a little sunshine to your day."
Will you be "Set for Life" ? Well... You can't win if you don't play.
If you're curious about the odds of winning and the top potential payouts, you can visit the official California Lottery site's page on Scracthers here: https://www.calottery.com/scratchers
ABOUT THE CALIFORNIA STATE LOTTERY
Our Mission Is to Help California's Public Schools
The Lottery’s sole mission is to supplement funding for California’s public schools and colleges. Since we began in 1984, we’ve given schools more than $41 billion.
While the Lottery is a public agency, we receive no public funding. Instead, we raise all operating and administrative expenses through the responsible sales of our games. We give the community back 95 cents of every dollar you spend on Lottery games through contributions to public schools and colleges, prizes and retail compensation
CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS BENEFIT
Our mission is to provide supplemental funding to California public schools, which is why they're the Lottery's beneficiary. In fact, 95 cents of every dollar you spend on Lottery games goes back to the community through contributions to public schools and colleges, prizes and retail compensation. And we have you, our players to thank for making it all possible.
Lottery money is unique compared to other education funding sources because schools have a greater say in how it can be used to benefit their students. Watch this video where Long Beach Community College District Superintendent-President Dr. Mike Muñoz explains how this inherent flexibility helps students now AND goes on to create a significant impact on the local region they serve
Positively impacting communities across California is just part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, and every member of the Lottery team shares this dedication.
The Lottery has given California public schools more than $41 billion since we began in 1985. We gave approximately $2 billion to public schools in Fiscal Year 2021-22, which is about 1% of the state’s annual budget for public schools. Remember, Lottery funds are meant to supplement public education, not replace state and local funding.
But since our funds are largely discretionary, they help schools do things they otherwise couldn’t, such as attracting and retaining more quality teachers, buying state-of-the-art equipment and keeping critical programs running.
Funding Is Based on Sales
The State Controller’s Office determines how much Lottery funds are dispersed to public education institutions. Lottery funding is based on the Average Daily Attendance (ADA) for K-12 and community college school districts and by full-time enrollment for higher education and other specialized institutions.
The winning bidder must be 18 years old or older because this auction contains Lottery Tickets.