Flathead Valley School Fundraiser

Experience the excitement of the Kalispell Auto Group vehicle raffle, where you have the chance to win big while supporting education in the Flathead Valley! For just $10 per ticket, you can participate in this incredible opportunity to drive away in a brand new Toyota Rav4, Ford Escape, Volkswagen Taos, or even have $30,000 towards any new vehicle of your choice. But it doesn’t stop there. What makes this raffle truly special is that 100% of the proceeds go directly to participating schools in our community. Over the past decade, we have raised over 1 million dollars, making a significant impact on educational programs in the Flathead Valley.

The Kalispell Auto Group is thrilled to announce the winner of the 15th annual School Vehicle Raffle Fundraiser for 2024. The winning ticket number is 01286. We had a record-breaking year for the fundraiser, which garnered an impressive $115,970 in total funds for Flathead Valley Public Schools.

2024 Raffle winner and school group in front of Kalispell Toyota

Our 2024 Raffle Winner with the school group who sold the winning ticket

The fundraiser, which saw participation from nine school districts, showcased the tremendous support and generosity of the local community. Schools are able to participate and keep 100% of the proceeds they raise. Tickets are sold for $10 each, with the chance to win a brand new Toyota Rav4, Ford Escape, Volkswagen Taos or a $30,000 new vehicle credit at Kalispell Toyota, Kalispell Ford or Kalispell Volkswagen.

Purchase your tickets today at Kalispell Volkswagen, Kalispell Ford, Kalispell Toyota or participating schools.

Current Participating Schools:

Kalispell – School District 5
Columbia Falls – School District 6
Whitefish – School District 44
Olney-Bissell – School District 58
Somers/Lakeside – School District 29

Marion – School District 54
Deer Park – School District 2

West Valley – School District 1

BigFork – School District 38


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