to the winner of the $10,000 Cash Raffle!
“The Family of Jackie Hurst”
Thank you to all who bought a ticket(s).
YOU have helped The Next Stop in a tremendous way.
- The Next Stop will award the winner $10,000 cash.
- Each raffle ticket costs $25, and the total number of raffle tickets sold will not exceed 2,500. You have a great chance to win! If you buy two tickets, your chances are 1 in 1,250! If you buy four tickets, your chances are 1 in 625, etc.!
- If you buy 10 tickets in a single purchase, you will get one free (total 11).
- The drawing will be held September 28, 2020 and will be videotaped
- You do NOT need to be present to win.
- Must be at least 18 years old to buy a ticket.
- Please click here for official rules.
- The Next Stop’s Raffle is approved and licensed by the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department.
What’s The Next Stop?
The Next Stop is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization serving adults with special needs. Did you know that when these adults turn 22 years old, school services end?
The opportunity for learning, forming friendships, and being a part of a supportive network is no longer a norm in their life. All that has been familiar and normal in one’s life is now void….this is when The Next Stop steps in.
The Next Stop provides a place for adults with special needs to laugh, learn, and enjoy friendships in a fulfilling and challenging way. This vibrant program offers goal oriented activities, learning opportunities, and personalized mentorship to our members.
Our objectives are to enrich and expand the lives of our members by:
- Fostering members’ independence during tasks.
- Encouraging members to not only participate in, but also initiate activities and make decisions.
- Facilitating mature social interaction with mentored behavioral modeling.
- Providing opportunities for successful participation in meaningful activities.
- Supporting the use of fine and gross motor skills.
- Exposing members to new and meaningful experiences.
- Providing opportunities to develop responsibility and leadership skills.
- Providing a safe, supportive social environment of encouragement and belonging.
- Incorporating the philosophy of “dignity of risk” where members are allowed to participate in activities within a safe, but not without risk, environment.