THE SPRING RAFFLE IS CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR PLAYING!

AND THE WINNERS ARE… ANNOUNCED ON APRIL 28

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING BARROW PATIENTS

A HEARTFELT THANK YOU

Thank you to everyone who played the Health & Wealth Raffle this spring. Thousands of you will win prizes. All of you will help change lives. Because of support like yours, Barrow at St. Joseph’s remains a world leader in medical research, surgical innovation and patient care.

Prizes

$1,000,000 Cash

$100,000 Cash

8-day European River Cruise

March 24
WINNER

M. Everett

Tempe, AZ

Apple iPad Air 2

March 25
WINNER

J. Howell

Phoenix, AZ

iRobot Roomba

March 26
WINNER

K. Shuffler

Kingman, AZ

Wine Refrigerator

March 27
WINNER

S. Slonaker

Phoenix, AZ

Tiffany Necklace

March 28
WINNER

D. Burkett

Surprise, AZ

Traeger Tailgater Grill

March 29
WINNER

B. Lauriha

Cave Creek, AZ

2017 Acura TLX

plus $10,620 cash

March 30
WINNER

T. Haemmerle

Fountain Hills, AZ

YETI Cooler

March 31
WINNER

R. Deyden

Mesa, AZ

Beats Solo 3

April 1
WINNER

M. Lavey

Mesa, AZ

Margarita Machine

April 2
WINNER

R. Morey

Glendale, AZ

Amazon Echo

April 3
WINNER

R. Moore

Maricopa, AZ

Apple Watch Sport

April 4
WINNER

L. Olson

Fountain Hills, AZ

Bose Speaker

April 5
WINNER

J. Morrissey

Surprise, AZ

2017 BMW X3

Plus $15,590 cash

April 6
WINNER

G. Gray

Sun City, AZ

Espresso Machine

April 7
WINNER

D. Bender

Fountain Hills, AZ

Kate Spade Purse

April 8
WINNER

D. McKellar

Higley, AZ

Smartphone Photo Printer

April 9
WINNER

B. Scott

Mesa, AZ

Cardinals Cornhole Set

April 10
WINNER

D. Parmely

Avondale, AZ

Google VR Headset

April 11
WINNER

C. Lewis

Avondale, AZ

Beach Cruiser

April 12
WINNER

A. Vincent

Phoenix, AZ

2017 Ford Mustang

Plus $8,690 cash

April 13
WINNER

L. Jones

Mesa, AZ

Fitbit Charge

April 14
WINNER

J. Saena

Chandler, AZ

Apple TV

April 15
WINNER

B. Meeker

Phoenix, AZ

Go Pro Hero 5

April 16
WINNER

S. Kraus

Avondale, AZ

Ninja Professional Blender

April 17
WINNER

C. Brown

Paradise Valley, AZ

Flat-screen TV

April 18
WINNER

C. Kingry

Mesa, AZ

Cardinals Season Tickets

April 19
WINNER

D. Figueroa

Tucson, AZ

Amazon Fire 10 Tablet

2017 Acura TLX

Plus $10,620 cash

2017 BMW X3

Plus $15,590 cash

2017 Ford Mustang

Plus $8,690 cash

2017 Jaguar XE

Plus $18,200 cash

2017 Lexus RC350

Plus $17,3500 cash

2017 Mercedes-Benz C300

Plus $15,230 cash

2017 Ford Edge

Plus $9,700 cash

*Vehicles may not be exactly as shown

$1,000,000 Cash

$1,000 Cash

50 winners

$500 Cash

200 winners

$250 Cash

300 winners

$100 Cash

500 winners

$50 Amazon Gift Card

1295 winners

$100,000 Cash

8-day European River Cruise

Australian Adventure

Six nights with view of Sydney Opera House, plus airfare for two and $4,700 cash

10-Day Alaskan Cruise

Includes mini-suite accommodations plus $3,370 cash and airfare for two

Vancouver Trip & Float Plane Tour

Five-night hotel stay w/airfare for two plus float plane tour to Victoria and $2,370 cash

Riviera Maya Retreat

Four-night stay at the Riviera Maya w/airfare for two

NYC Broadway Experience

Includes four nights' hotel stay, airfare for two and Broadway show

Park City Ski Vacation

Ski vacation w/airfare for two, hotel stay and two-day ski pass

Wine Country Tour

Deluxe accommodations for three nights plus airfare for two

San Diego Excursion

Includes airfare for two and three-night stay

Marriott Getaway

$1,000 gift card

Phoenician Staycation

$1,000 gift card

Ritz-Carlton Getaway

$1,000 gift card

D-backs Game Tickets

Includes two game tickets

Cardinals Season Tickets

Includes two season tickets and parking

Patient Stories

Heather Knies

Heather Knies

When she was in her early 20s, Heather was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer and told she only had a few months to live. That was 10 years ago. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at Barrow Neurological Institute, Heather is living the life she always dreamed of. She’s happy and healthy with a loving husband and a beautiful little girl.

Doug Clough

Doug Clough

Doug was diagnosed with ALS in 2014. While there is currently no cure, he’s participating in clinical trials through Barrow Neurological Institute that, along with world-class patient care, are helping improve Doug’s quality of life, allowing him to spend more time doing the things he loves with the people he loves.

Rashaad Gregory

Rashaad Gregory

Rashaad was in a serious car accident that separated his skull from his spine. While most people die from this type of injury or survive as quadriplegics on life support, Rashaad was able to leave Barrow with the assistance of a walker just four months later.

Learn more

Micah Andrews

Micah Andrews

It isn't hard to see why people call Micah Andrews "Miracle Micah." At age two, he was involved in a car accident that separated his skull from his spine. Thanks to a pioneering surgery performed at Barrow Neurological Institute, Micah is alive and well. Today, he's living like any other kid and growing stronger every day.

Learn More

Erik Humphrey

Erik Humphrey

Erik Humphrey was blindsided when his doctor told him that he had three months to live due to a malignant brain tumor. That was back in 2003. Thanks to Barrow Neurological Institute, he's defied the odds. A loving husband and proud father of three, he'll be the first to tell you that he's the luckiest guy on Earth.

Learn More

Amanda Ippel

Amanda Ippel

Amanda's life changed in an instant one evening in May 2012, when a crushing pain rocked the right hemisphere of her brain. Thirteen weeks pregnant with her fifth child, Amanda had suffered a middle cerebral artery infarction. Now her baby is healthy and safe, and her hard work at Barrow's Center for Transitional NeuroRehabilitation is paying off.

Learn More

Holly Hudson

Holly Hudson

11-year-old Holly Hudson had a little-known brain tumor that caused her to suffer from approximately 50 seizures each month. After undergoing a minimally invasive surgery at Barrow that utilizes MRI-guided laser technology to destroy brain tumors, Holly is seizure-free.

Sam Schmid

Sam Schmid

In 2011, Sam suffered a brain aneurysm, a stroke and a severe brain injury from a five-car accident. He made international headlines when he wiggled his fingers moments after medical staff had discussed the possibility of taking him off life support. Sam went on to make a remarkable recovery.

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Ryan Christiansen

Ryan Christiansen

Ryan was airlifted to Barrow after a mixed martial arts accident that would have left most paraplegic. A ruptured disc had torn through his spinal cord. He was told he would likely need a wheelchair for the rest of his life, but Ryan regained his ability to walk just days after surgery.

Maverick Almendarez

Maverick Almendarez

Frequent severe nosebleeds in the middle of the night sent Maverick to the doctor about a year ago. A scan revealed a potato-sized tumor on the side of his left eye at the base of his nose. Rather than a traditional craniotomy, he underwent a minimally invasive surgery that was designed to remove skull base tumors through the nose.

Learn more

David Cooper

David Cooper

David suffered a herniated thoracic disk while diving head first into first base. Without surgery, he faced potential paralysis but traditional surgery was too intensive. After undergoing a minimally invasive method of thoracoscopic neurosurgery at Barrow, he returned to the Valley during spring training as the newest first baseman for the Cleveland Indians.

Learn more

Julie Stendal

Julie Stendal

Diagnosed with an arteriovenous malformation, a rare neurological disorder causing abnormal tangles of arteries and veins in her spine, Julie flew from Norway to Phoenix to undergo a specialized surgery developed at Barrow. Two days after surgery, the 26-year-old was walking once again and was expected to make a full recovery.

Learn more

Catherine Kozuch

Catherine Kozuch

After a serious dune buggy accident, a miraculous surgery and years of rehab, Cat did the impossible – she walked out of the hospital on her own two feet. She’s always positive, she gets stronger each day and she just married the love of her life.

Learn more

Ian Yates

Ian Yates

13 year-old Ian Yates skateboarded and karate kicked his way back from a rogue mass of bleeding blood vessels thanks to his own willpower and the doctors from Barrow.

Learn more

Cristin Van Driel

Cristin Van Driel

Cristin had severe pain and movement difficulty in her legs after she was hit by a car while training on her bicycle. Doctors at Barrow were able to repair the damage, and she is now pain free and Running for a Reason.

Learn more

Mike Walker

Mike Walker

A week before Christmas of 2012, Mike called his fiancé, Kathy, afraid that he was having a stroke at work. When the couple learned that there was a massive aneurysm in Mike's brain, they decided to get married right there in the emergency room. Now, following several successful surgeries, Mike visits the emergency room each year with Kathy as an anniversary tradition.

Physicians & Programs

Nader Sanai, MD

Barrow Brain Tumor Research Center (BBTRC)

Malignant brain tumors are one of the deadliest of all brain conditions. The BBTRC is working to extend the lives of patients diagnosed with these killers through innovative research and patient care.

Nader Sanai, MD Director of the Barrow Brain Tumor Research Center

Francisco Ponce, MD

Deep brain stimulation (DBS)

DBS has allowed many Parkinson's patients to return to a more normal life. Barrow is making DBS available to more patients and exploring how DBS can help patients with Alzheimer's and other problems.

Francisco Ponce, MD Director of the Barrow Center for Neuromodulation

Christina Kwasnica, MD

Rehabilitation for Brain and Spine Problems

Barrow offers people with brain and spine injuries rehabilitation for every stage of recovery. Our specialized inpatient and outpatient programs help patients return to more productive lives.

Christina Kwasnica, MD Medical Director of Neurorehabilitation

Steve Chung, MD

Brain and Spine Research

Research is the engine that drives healthcare advancements. Barrow scientists are developing better treatments, improving surgical tools and working on cures. They are improving patients' lives.

Steve Chung, MD Director of Clinical Epilepsy Research

An Tran, MD

Specialty Training for Neurologists and Neurosurgeons

Fellowships give young neurologists and neurosurgeons additional training in a subspecialty area. Barrow offers fellowships in Parkinson's, spine surgery and many other areas, training future specialists.

An Tran, MD Clinical Movement Disorders Fellow

Javier Cardenas

Concussion Prevention, Treatment and Research

As a national leader in concussion education, treatment and research, Barrow works with others in the community to educate student athletes, parents and the public about the dangers of brain injuries.

Javier Cardenas Director of the Barrow Concussion and Brain Injury Center

Laura Snyder, MD

Doctor Training

More than 200 young physicians in 10 residency programs and nine subspecialty programs are training at St. Joseph's and Barrow. The Creighton University School of Medicine at St. Joseph's opened in 2012.

Laura Snyder, MD

Jim Pipe, PhD

Research Support for Leading Brain and Spine Experts

Endowed chairs provide leading physicians and scientists a steady stream of income for research. Chairs recognize achievement and help the hospital recruit and retain the best doctors and researchers.

Jim Pipe, PhD Imaging Innovation Chair

Ross Bremner, MD

Lung Programs and Research

St. Joseph's offers high-level care for diseases of the lungs and esophagus, including early-stage lung and esophageal cancers. The hospital's lung transplant center is one of the nation's biggest and most successful.

Ross Bremner, MD Chief of Thoracic Surgery

Bradley Monk, MD

Cancer Programs

St. Joseph's and the University of Arizona Cancer Center have joined forces to provide the highest quality care for cancer patients. A new outpatient center offering comprehensive cancer care opened this summer in downtown Phoenix.

Bradley Monk, MD Director of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology

Sharon Glanville, RN, MSN, NEA-BC

High-risk Obstetrics and Neonatal Care

St. Joseph's offers care for every type of pregnancy, with a special focus on women facing complicated pregnancies. Critically ill newborns receive the highest level of care in our Level III Neonatal ICU.

Sharon Glanville, RN, MSN Exec. Director of Women's & Children's Services

Michael Christopher, MD

Trauma and Emergency Care

The Trauma Center at St. Joseph's Hospital was the first in Arizona to receive Level I verification from the American College of Surgeons. St. Joseph's provides life-saving care for all types of injuries and illnesses.

Michael Christopher, MD Emergency Department Physician

Winners Hall of Fame

Brenda L.

Brenda L.

Spring 2017 New Car Friday winner

Won a 2017 Acura TLX

Judith C.

Judith C.

Spring 2017 Appreciation winner

Won $25,000 cash

Charlene H.

Charlene H.

Fall 2016 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Karly F.

Karly F.

Fall 2016 #ThankfulThursday winner

Won $10,000 cash

Robert G.

Robert G.

Fall 2016 #ThankfulThursday winner

Won a 2016 Ford F-150

Wanda S.

Wanda S.

Fall 2016 #ThankfulThursday winner

Won $10,000 cash

Michael M.

Michael M.

Spring 2016 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Paul S.

Paul S.

Spring 2016 Second Grand Prize winner

Won $100,000 cash and a vacation for two on the French Riviera

Leonard P.

Leonard P.

Spring 2016 VIP winner

Won $50,000 cash plus a Celebrity Fight Night VIP Experience

Matia W.

Matia W.

Spring 2016 Appreciation winner

Won a 2016 Audi A3 and a trip to Atlantis in the Bahamas

Kirsten G.

Kirsten G.

Spring 2016 Appreciation winner

Won a 2016 Toyota Tacoma and an Alaskan Cruise

Verna Z.

Verna Z.

Spring 2016 High-Roller winner

Won $25,000 cash

David E.

David E.

Spring 2016 Early Draw winner

Won a Cardinals Charity Golf Foursome

Amy S.

Amy S.

Spring 2016 Early Draw winner

Won $10,000 cash

Vincent C.

Vincent C.

Spring 2016 Early Draw winner

Won a luxury retreat in St. Barts

Michelle I.

Michelle I.

Fall 2015 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Gene F.

Gene F.

Fall 2015 Second Grand Prize winner

Won a 2015 Porsche Cayman

Todd E.

Todd E.

Fall 2015 VIP Appreciation winner

Won a trip to Tuscany

Donna A.

Donna A.

Fall 2015 VIP Appreciation winner

Won a trip to the British Virgin Islands

Nancy R.

Nancy R.

Fall 2015 VIP Appreciation winner

Won a South African Safari

Patsy E.

Patsy E.

Fall 2015 High-Roller winner

Won $25,000 cash

Mike O.

Mike O.

Fall 2015 Early Draw winner

Won a Gammage Opening Night Experience

Beemeth R.

Beemeth R.

Fall 2015 Early Draw winner

Won a Cabo San Lucas Resort Vacation

Brendan F.

Brendan F.

Spring 2015 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Nancy B.

Nancy B.

Spring 2015 Second Grand Prize winner

Won the Orient Express Trip of a Lifetime and $100,000 cash

Thomas O.

Thomas O.

Spring 2015 VIP winner

Won $50,000 cash

Bob F.

Bob F.

Spring 2015 Appreciation winner

Won a 2015 BMW X3

Shana G.

Shana G.

Spring 2015 Early Draw winner

Won a 2015 Mini Cooper S

Mark C.

Mark C.

Spring 2014 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Mark G.

Mark G.

Spring 2014 Second Grand Prize winner

Won $125,000 cash, a Porsche Boxster convertible and a trip to Europe

Trisha H.

Trisha H.

Spring 2014 VIP winner

Won $50,000 cash

Debra B.

Debra B.

Spring 2014 Appreciation winner

Won a 2014 Acura MDX SUV plus $13,750 cash

Donna E.

Donna E.

Spring 2014 Early Draw winner

Won a 2014 BMW 320i plus $11,200 cash

Jeff G.

Jeff G.

Fall 2014 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

Larry S.

Larry S.

Fall 2014 Second Grand Prize winner

Won $100,000 cash, a 2014 Jaguar Convertible and a Costa Rica Experience

Don K.

Don K.

Fall 2014 VIP winner

Won $50,000 cash

Mike H.

Mike H.

Fall 2014 Appreciation winner

Won $10,000 cash

Andrea K.

Andrea K.

Fall 2014 Early Draw winner

Won a 2014 Toyota Tundra DBL Cab Truck plus $11,150 cash

Jon B.

Jon B.

Fall 2013 Appreciation Prize winner

Won Mercedes C250

Dawn L.

Dawn L.

Spring 2013 Grand Prize winner

Won $1 million cash

FAQ

Below are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

What is the Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow at St. Joseph's?

The Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow at St. Joseph’s is an opportunity for the public to help raise revenue for Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center by purchasing tickets that could win a prize. Net proceeds from the Raffle go toward patient care, medical education and/or research – in keeping with Arizona legislation authorizing such a raffle.

You may have heard the Health & Wealth Raffle called “Arizona’s Original Raffle.” That’s because Barrow and St. Joseph’s began this fundraising concept in Arizona in 2003, and it’s now the oldest fundraiser of its kind in the United States. The Health & Wealth Raffle is proud of this fact – and even prouder of the amazing things happening every day at Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital as a result of the dollars generated by this project. The Health & Wealth Raffle is not philanthropy in the traditional sense. Instead, it uses an entertainment and prize format to attract dollars in support of Barrow and St. Joseph’s.

Where does the money go?

The Health & Wealth Raffle contributes to the community in three major ways: 1) It provides new revenues for research, medical education and patient care at Barrow and St. Joseph's. 2) It generates a positive economic impact for Arizona with the majority of services and prizes (with approximate value at $1.9 million) being purchased in Arizona. 3) Raffle winners come away with valuable and exciting prizes.

Now in its 14th year, the Health & Wealth Raffle has sponsored 26 successful raffles and contributed more than $53 million to research, medical education and patient care at Barrow and St. Joseph's.

How many prizes are there?

The spring 2017 Health & Wealth Raffle will give away 2,450 prizes, which includes the $1 million grand prize, cars, vacations, daily prizes and cash.

What are the odds of winning a prize?

The odds of winning a prize are at least 1-in-25 with the purchase of one ticket, as verified by the accounting firm CBIZ MHM, LLC. Holding multiple tickets does not change the odds that any one ticket will win; rather it gives a person more chances to win since each ticket has at least a 1-in-25 chance of winning a prize.

How are the prizes drawn?

The draws are conducted electronically by CBIZ MHM, LLC. The algorithm and random number generator used to conduct the draw and its ability to generate truly random numbers have been tested against industry standards for confirming random number generation and found to comply with such standards.

If someone wins a prize, is that original entry still eligible for additional prizes?

Yes. Each ticket purchased is eligible for all remaining prizes. After each draw, the winner’s ticket(s) will be returned to the draw, and each entry remains in the draw for all subsequent prize drawings. It is possible that a person who purchases only one ticket could win more than one prize.

Can I have my prize shipped out of state, and can I get a substitution or cash instead of the prize I've won?

With the exception of vehicles, prizes can be shipped out of state. Unless specified in your prize letter, there are no prize substitutions and, as stated in the Rules & Regulations, only specified prizes may be exchanged for cash value.

When does the raffle take place?

The spring 2017 Health & Wealth Raffle begins on Thursday, March 9, 2017. The Appreciation Draw and the 3-pack Draw will be held March 28, 2017, for which entries will be accepted until midnight March 23, 2017; daily drawings will be for single prizes and ticket(s) must be purchased by midnight each day in order to be eligible for that day’s drawing. The draw for which an entry is eligible is determined by the entry deadline. After each daily draw, the winner’s ticket number(s) will remain eligible for all subsequent draws, including the Grand Prize Draw. For convenience, drawings for daily prizes will be held and winners will be announced within three (3) business days of each day’s entry deadline. The Grand Prize Draw is April 26, 2017, for which entries will be accepted until midnight April 20, 2017. During the Grand Prize Draw, prizes with the lowest manufacturers’ suggested retail price will be drawn first progressing in order to the grand prize. Deadlines will be adjusted in the event of an early sellout as described in the following paragraph.

Should all entries be sold out by midnight of any entry deadline, all draws for the remaining daily draw and Grand Prize Draw prizes will be held on the seventh calendar day following the sellout date. Entry purchasers may win more than one prize. After each draw, the winner’s ticket number(s) will remain eligible for all subsequent draws. The draw for which an entry is eligible is determined by the entry deadline and the entry remains eligible for that draw and all subsequent prize drawings.

If entries are not sold out by midnight of any draw entry deadline, entry purchasers are eligible for all of the remaining prizes on the Grand Prize Draw date of April 26, 2017. In the event entry sellout occurs after midnight of any daily draw entry deadline and before midnight, April 20, 2017, the Grand Prize Draw will be held on the seventh calendar day following the sellout date. If the seventh calendar day falls on a weekend or legal federal or state holiday, the draw will be held on the next business day. Requests for ticket cancellations must be made by noon of the day before the daily draw for which the entry is eligible. All entries are nonrefundable after the applicable noon deadline or once an entry has been included in any draw. In the Raffle, there is no possibility of a tie. All draws will be under the supervision of the Administrator. All time references to noon and midnight are Mountain Standard Time.

How many draws are there?

In the spring 2017 Raffle, there will be an Appreciation Draw, a 3-Pack Draw, 27 Daily Draws, and the Grand Prize Draw with more than 2,400 prizes being awarded.

Who is eligible for the 3-pack drawing?

Players who are 21 years of age and older and purchase a 3-pack by midnight on March 23, 2017 are eligible for the D-backs Suite prize drawing. Players must purchase one or more 3-pack(s) and are not eligible if they purchase three single tickets.

How much does it cost to participate?

Single tickets are $100, and a 3-pack of tickets can be purchased for $250. Individuals may enter as many times as they wish as long as tickets are available.

How many tickets are available?

A total of 60,000 tickets will be available in the spring 2017 Raffle, with a limited quantity of 3-packs.

How does someone enter the raffle?

Raffle entries will go on sale beginning March 9, 2017, with email and mail directed toward our returning players. Entries are accepted: 1) by telephone, toll-free at 1-866-658-4067; 2) in person at the main lobby of St. Joseph's Hospital; and 3) via the Internet at www.HealthWealthRaffle.org.

Will I receive a ticket?

No. Tickets are in electronic form; there are no hard-copy tickets. You will receive a receipt that indicates your ticket confirmation number(s) and the number of tickets purchased. If we have your email address, entry purchasers will receive their confirmation number(s) solely by return email. For all other entry purchasers, ticket confirmation number(s) will be mailed within ten (10) business days of purchase. Please refer to the Raffle Rules & Regulations for details.

If I am a grand prize winner, will my name be publicized?

Yes. By purchasing an entry in the Raffle, you give permission to the Raffle, Barrow Neurological Foundation, St. Joseph’s Foundation, Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center to publish your full name, location (city and state) and the prize you won. In addition, the grand prize winner will be required to execute and return an Affidavit of Eligibility, a Liability Release and a Publicity Release before receiving any prizes.

Who is eligible to purchase raffle entries?

In order to participate in the Heath & Wealth Raffle, an entry purchaser, must be either a business entity or an individual 21 years of age, or older, at the time of entry purchase. Individuals buying on behalf of a business/legal entity must be legal representatives of the business and must, themselves, be 21 years of age, or older, at the time of entry purchase. It is not necessary to be a resident of the state of Arizona, but one must be physically present in Arizona at the time of entry purchase. Only one (1) individual may be identified as an entry purchaser. By entering the Raffle, the entry purchaser acknowledges that he or she is aware of and agrees to abide by the Raffle’s Rules & Regulations. The following individuals and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, parent and related companies and agencies are not eligible to win a prize in the Raffle: (a) board members and executive management team of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center; (b) Dignity Health Arizona Service Area leadership team; (c) board members and all employees of St. Joseph’s Foundation and Barrow Neurological Foundation; (d) the employees of CBIZ, Inc. and its subsidiaries; and (e) R&R Partners employees. The above list of exclusions (items a, b, c, d, e) also applies to immediate family members residing in the same household.

How will the winners be notified?

CBIZ MHM, LLC, in conjunction with the director of the Raffle, will notify all winners by mail, phone or email of what they have won, how to claim their prize and the time frame in which to do so. Prize suppliers may also contact winners via telephone and/or email to verify the shipping address for prizes.

What happens if a winning ticket has more than one name listed?

As stated in the Rules & Regulations, the prize will be delivered to the first name on the entry.

What does a prize winner need to claim his/her prize?

Some winners may be required to present their award letter and two forms of identification that verify their name, address, and social security number or individual taxpayer identification number. Examples of acceptable identification include Social Security card, voter identification card, valid driver’s license, passport, or ID card issued by a federal, state or local government. Winners do not need their entry verification or ticket to claim their prizes. Prizes may be transferred to another winner by providing proper documentation to the Administrator and prize supplier.

What else do players need to know?

The proceeds benefit Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital; however, the cost of the entry does not qualify as a charitable deduction since it is deemed to be a form of gaming. An entry may qualify as a gambling deduction; however, please consult your tax adviser for specific applicable tax rules. All winners are responsible for any and all federal, state and local income or excise taxes, fees, assessments and like charges associated with the prizes. The IRS requires income-tax withholding on prize values in excess of $5,000 and this tax must be collected prior to prize distribution. All cash prizes will be paid net of applicable income-tax withholding. Prizes must be accepted as awarded with no cash-in-lieu-of option, except where otherwise indicated in the Rules & Regulations at www.HealthWealthRaffle.org.

Who runs the Health & Wealth Raffle?

The Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow at St. Joseph’s is sponsored and managed by Barrow Neurological Foundation and St. Joseph’s Foundation. Further questions can be directed to customer service at 866-658-4069 or via email at HealthWealthRaffle@dignityhealth.org.

Rules

ELIGIBILITY Original entries are entries purchased directly from the Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow Neurological Foundation & St. Joseph’s Foundation (the “Raffle”). Original entry purchaser must be either a business entity or an individual twenty-one (21) years of age or older at time of entry purchase. Individuals purchasing an entry on behalf of a business/legal entity must be legal representatives of the business/legal entity and must, themselves be twenty-one (21) years of age or older at the time of entry purchase. Original entry purchaser must be present in the state of Arizona at the time of entry purchase. It is not necessary that an entry purchaser be a resident of the state of Arizona, but an original entry purchaser must be physically present in Arizona at the time of entry purchase. Only one (1) individual may be identified as an entry purchaser. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. The Raffle is void where prohibited. The Raffle is conducted in English (with Spanish speaking representatives available at the call center). Entries may be purchased via the internet, call center or at designated drop off center(s). Entry purchasers providing the Raffle with a valid email address will receive confirmation number(s) solely by return email. For all other entry purchasers, ticket confirmation number(s) will be mailed within ten (10) business days of purchase. A hard copy ticket confirmation number is not required to claim a prize. Questions concerning ticket confirmation number(s) should be directed to the “Administrator,” CBIZ MHM, LLC, at the address listed below. For security purposes, the Administrator will attempt to confirm all purchases of $2,000.00 or more. Orders that cannot be confirmed will not be filled. By entering the Raffle, the entry purchaser acknowledges that he or she is aware of, and agrees to abide by, the Raffle’s Rules and Regulations. The following individuals and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, parent and related companies and agencies are not eligible to win a prize in the Raffle: (a) Board members and Executive Management Team of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center; (b) Dignity Health Arizona Service Area Leadership Team (c) Board members and all employees of St. Joseph’s Foundation and Barrow Neurological Foundation (d) the employees of CBIZ, Inc. and its subsidiaries, (e) R & R Partners employees. The above list of exclusions (items a, b, c, d, e) also applies to immediate family members residing in the same household.

DRAWINGS Only 60,000 tickets will be sold at two price points with limited quantities of each: single tickets for $100 and 3-packs for $250. Entries received after the requested ticket package is sold out will be returned to the requesting entrant. The Spring 2017 Health & Wealth Raffle begins on Thursday, March 9, 2017. The Appreciation Draw and the 3-pack Draw will be held March 28, 2017, for which entries will be accepted until midnight March 23, 2017. Players who purchase a 3-pack by the Appreciation Draw deadline are eligible for the 3-pack Draw. Players must purchase one or more 3-pack(s) and are not eligible if they purchase three single tickets. Daily drawings will be for single prizes and ticket(s) must be purchased by midnight each day in order to be eligible for that day’s drawing. The draw for which an entry is eligible is determined by the entry deadline. After each daily draw, the winner’s ticket number(s) will remain eligible for all subsequent draws, including the Grand Prize Draw. For convenience, drawings for daily prizes will be held and winners will be announced within three (3) business days of each day’s entry deadline. The Grand Prize Draw will be held on April 26, 2017 for which entries will be accepted until midnight April 20, 2017. During the Grand Prize Draw, prizes with the lowest manufacturers’ suggested retail price will be drawn first progressing in order to the Grand Prize. Deadlines will be adjusted in the event of an early sellout as described in the following paragraph.

Should all entries be sold out by midnight of any entry deadline, all draws for the remaining daily draw and Grand Prize Draw prizes will be held on the 7th calendar day following the sell-out date. Entry purchasers may win more than one prize. After each draw, the winner’s ticket number(s) will remain eligible for all subsequent draws. The draw for which an entry is eligible is determined by the entry deadline and the entry remains eligible for that draw and all subsequent prize drawings.

If entries are not sold out by midnight of any draw entry deadline, entry purchasers are eligible for all of the remaining prizes on the Grand Prize Draw date of April 26, 2017. In the event entry sellout occurs after midnight of any daily draw entry deadline and before midnight, April 20, 2017, the Grand Prize Draw will be held on the 7th calendar day following the sell-out date. If the 7th calendar day falls on a weekend or legal federal or state holiday, the draw will be held on the next business day. Requests for ticket cancellations must be made by noon of the day before the daily draw for which the entry is eligible. All entries are non-refundable after the applicable noon deadline or once an entry has been included in any draw. In the Raffle, there is no possibility of a tie. All draws will be under the supervision of the Administrator. All time references to noon and midnight are Mountain Standard Time.

ODDS 1/25: 2,450 PRIZES will be awarded. Prizes may not be exactly as shown in the brochure, in television commercials, or on the website and are based on prize suppliers’ availability. If unavailable, similar or like kind prizes may be substituted at the sole discretion of Barrow Neurological Foundation’s Director of the Raffle. The approximate retail value of all combined prizes is over $1,900,000 MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price), based on pricing at the time of prize selection. All MSRPs are rounded to the nearest dollar. Only specified prizes may be exchanged for cash value. When airfare is included in a prize, unless otherwise stated, the fare is round trip coach class from Phoenix, Arizona, for two persons. With proper transfer or sales documents bearing notarized signatures, as required by the Raffle, a prize may be transferred or sold. Prizes may also be donated back to Barrow Neurological Foundation to benefit Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center.

NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS All winners will be notified by mail, phone or by email by the Administrator of the requisite procedure to claim the prize. Grand Prize winners one and two must claim their prize within fourteen (14) calendar days of the draw. Winners of vehicles are required to claim their prize within twenty-one (21) calendar days of the draw (with the exception of custom vehicles, details for which will be provided in winner notification). All vehicle winners shall be responsible for any and all state or local license, title, registration, documentation and prep fees associated with the vehicles. All remaining prizes are to be claimed by winners within three (3) months of the draw unless otherwise stipulated in the prize letter. Three (3) business days after the completion of the Grand Prize Draw, entry purchasers can access www.healthwealthraffle.org to check prize winning status using their ticket number(s). Also at that time, a complete list of the names of prize winners will be available on the website. If a selected winner is unable to be contacted or located using the information provided with the entry prior to the deadline for claiming the prize, that prize or a cash equivalent will revert to Barrow Neurological Foundation in support of Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. In the event a winning entry has more than one name listed on the ticket, the Administrator, CBIZ MHM, LLC will physically award the prize to the first name listed on the entry. For tax purposes, the prize can be split among all prize winners. Neither CBIZ MHM, LLC, Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow at St. Joseph’s Barrow Neurological Institute, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, St. Joseph’s Foundation and Barrow Neurological Foundation nor their legal counsel are responsible for resolving disputes which may arise from any conflict between or amongst joint ticket holders or purchasers.

PRIVACY By entering the Raffle, entry purchasers agree that their contact information provided in connection with the Raffle entry may be used for communications promoting the Raffle and future raffles sponsored by or conducted for the benefit of Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. An entry purchaser may subsequently “opt-out” of the receipt of such communications by following the directions in any e-mail, other communication or by contacting Customer Service (contact information below). Other than as provided herein, an entry purchaser’s information will not be shared with or sold to any other person or entity. Purchase of an entry in the Raffle constitutes permission for the Raffle, Barrow Neurological Foundation, St. Joseph’s Foundation, Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center to publish winner’s name, location (city and state) and prize won for purposes of advertising the Raffle or future Raffles without further consent or compensation, unless prohibited by law.

REQUIREMENTS Winners may be required to execute and return an Affidavit of Eligibility, a Liability Release and a Publicity Release (the “Affidavit/Release”). The Affidavit/Release must be returned by the deadline stated in such document. Until the requested Affidavit/Release is returned, the winner is only a presumptive winner. If the presumptive winner fails to return such documents by the return deadline, or if an entrant is found to be ineligible, or if a presumptive winner does not comply with the Official Rules, then the presumptive winner will be disqualified and the prize or a cash equivalent will revert to Barrow Neurological Foundation.

WAIVER / LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY Entry purchasers, by participating (and winners, by accepting a prize), release Dignity Health d/b/a St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Barrow Neurological Institute, St. Joseph’s Foundation and Barrow Neurological Foundation, and their respective parent companies, affiliates, partners, subsidiaries, agents, representatives, sponsors, service agencies and independent contractors, and each of their respective directors, officers, partners, employees and agents, including advertising and promotion agencies, from any and all liability with respect to participation in the promotion, possession, use and distribution of the prize(s) awarded.

INTERNET The Raffle will pursue all available legal remedies against any individual(s) damaging or attempting to damage any Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow at St. Joseph’s website or attempting to undermine the lawful operation of the Raffle.

ADMINISTRATOR CBIZ MHM, LLC, 3101 North Central
Avenue, Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85012, (888) 270-6955,
azrafflesupport@cbiz.com.

TAXES AND IRS RULES All winners shall be responsible for any and all federal, state and local income or excise taxes, fees, assessments and like charges associated with the prizes. All cash prizes will be paid net of applicable income tax withholding.

SPECIAL NOTE: At the time of this printing, federal law requires that corresponding tax withholding on prize values in excess of $5,000 must be collected from winners upon award and distribution. Federal and state withholding laws are subject to change without notice. The withholding laws in effect at the time prizes are claimed will be followed. The IRS has taken the position that amounts paid for chances to participate in raffles, lotteries or similar programs are not gifts and, therefore, the price of the entry does not qualify as a deductible charitable contribution.

Ticket Purchase – 1.866.658.4067
Customer Service – 1.866.658.4069

Appreciation Deadline: midnight 3/23/2017
Grand Prize Deadline: midnight 4/20/2017

Barrow Neurological Institute

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Barrow Neurological Institute is an internationally renowned medical center for brain and spine diseases, disorders and injuries. In just five decades, Barrow has become a worldwide leader offering patient care, medical education and research in the neurosciences.

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St. Joseph's Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1895. Today, the Sisters of Mercy work to ensure that St. Joseph's never forgets its original mission: meeting the medical needs of the community with compassion and dignity.

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