Coalition for Kids announces Reverse Raffle event

Coalition for Kids will be holding a $10,000 Reverse Raffle with a drawing set for Oct. 1. Proceeds will go toward serving the children of Washington County.

Coalition For Kids (C4K) is hosting a $10,000 Reverse Raffle, presented by Citi, with the drawing being held on Oct. 1, 2020 with live Facebook streaming.  

Proceeds from this fundraiser will assist CFK in keeping services free to children and families in Washington County/Johnson City. C4K will continue to provide trauma-informed care to our children by not only mitigating the impact of remote learning on our vulnerable student population, but also mitigating the broader strain of the pandemic on our kids, our families, and our schools. 

C4K will shift learning environments back and forth between virtual and in-person, as needed. On Aug. 10, C4K opened four weeks early for children to participate in virtual learning with their teachers so that parents were able to work while the health and well-being of their children was being supported.  As the schools shift back to in-person learning, C4K too will shift to an after-school program and continue to communicate with teachers, assist each child with their homework assignments, while mentoring and providing hot meals & snacks for each of these children.     

Your support helps C4K provide programming, at no cost, to the children and families in the community. Raffle tickets are $100 each and can be purchased online at or by mail to 2423 Susannah Street, Johnson City, TN 37601.   

Coalition For Kids is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission of helping children grow in wisdom and stature and in favor of God and man. We aim to ensure the children of our community not only have appropriate supervision after school and into the evening hours, but access to trained tutors & mentors. For more information on C4K visit 

If you would like additional information, please contact Lisa Pawley, Director of Development, at 423-434-2031 ext. 835.


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