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Alberta SPCA June 50/50 Raffle

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June 50/50 Raffle Key Dates

Ticket Sales Deadline - June 21, 2024

Raffle Draw - June 28, 2024

HELPING ALBERTA'S ANIMALS

Pulling an allnighter to save chicks

It was a Friday evening this summer when our on-call Peace Officer received a call that abandoned chicks had been found in a box in a back alley. To make matters worse, it had been raining all day and the days-old chicks were cold and wet.

The Peace Officer immediately jumped into her truck for the one-hour drive to the community. She stopped along the way to pick up supplies for the chicks. When Peace Officer Stevenson arrived, she expected to find a couple dozen birds. Instead she found over 100!

Peace Officer Stevenson gathered up the chicks into totes and loaded them into her truck. She had called a vet and knew the first course of action was to get warmth onto them, so she blasted the heat in the truck for the entire drive back to her house. She could hear the chicks starting to chirp. The heat was working!

The next day, Peace Officer Stevenson called a caretaker so the animals could be placed in a more suitable location for their ongoing recovery. Unfortunately, some of the chicks did not make it, but the majority did survive. And within a couple of week, they had doubled in size.

Calls come in at all times of the day, and if the call is urgent, our Peace Officers pack up and head out to ensure the animals in question are helped, and their distress is relieved as quickly as possible.

Once home, Peace Officer Stevenson dried each chick and separated the weak chicks from the stronger ones. She put egg cartons and feed into the totes to help keep the chicks apart. However, their natural inclination was to pile onto each other for warm. Peace Officer Stevenson ended up staying awake most of the night so she could continually separate the birds and prevent them from smothering each other.

Alberta SPCA 50/50 Raffles support our Animal Protection, Education and One Family Welfare departments.

June 50/50 Raffle tickets on sale April 5th!

50/50 Raffle Winners

Spring 2024 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
March 29, 2024
J. McKeenEckvilleC-1734$109,355

New Year's 2023 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Dec 31, 2023

S. Gilliland

Leducff-D-14663$67,770

Christmas 2023 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Dec 15, 2023
V. FraserPonokaff-D-12443$128,735

Summer 2023 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Sept 15, 2023
D. RobertsCalgaryD-1918 $89,505

June 2023 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
June 30, 2023
 D. KulakCalgaryD-15570$101,185

Spring 2023 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
March 31, 2023
R. CherryEdmontonB-13055$122,600

New Year's 2022 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Dec 31, 2022
P. Colmo LethbridgeB-12333 $71,080

Christmas 2022 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Dec 16, 2022
S. Shmyr
FairviewD-42917$ 130,500

 

Summer 2022 50/50 Raffle

Draw DateNameCity/TownTicketPrize Amount
Sept 16, 2022
L. GrahnHay LakesD-11789 $106,820

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