The 16th annual Granville Home of Hope drawing will be broadcast live starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday on Granville Homes’ Facebook page and at 6:30 p.m. on KSEE Channel 24.
Although there’s only one home winner, many people across the community will benefit from the $800,000 raised through ticket sales. This year’s drawing sold out for the fifth year in a row.
All the proceeds benefit these local nonprofits: Breaking the Chains, Central California Food Bank, Art of Life Cancer Foundation, Fresno Police Chaplaincy, Parents and Addicts in Need, Hinds Hospice, Foundation for Sanger Schools, Foundation for Clovis Schools, CASA of Fresno and Madera Counties, Angels of Grace Foster Family Agency, and Foundation for Central Schools.
A check for $84,611 from the 2020 Granville Home of Hope fundraiser was presented last week at the Clovis Superintendent’s Breakfast to the Foundation for Clovis Schools.
More Than $7.4 Million Raised Since 2006
The Granville Home of Hope has raised more than $7.4 million since 2006.
The new home going to one lucky ticket holder is a 1,658-square-foot house in Granville’s Canvas on the Bluffs gated neighborhood at Copper River Ranch. The home is valued at more than $500,000.
Fresno Lexus was again a partner in the event and donated a two-year lease on a 2021 Lexus 200 that was raffled off during a live KSEE 24 telethon on Sept. 29. John and Kristi McMillen were the winners.
For more information about the Granville Home of Hope, go to www.gvhomeofhope.com.