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What are the ticket prices?

1 ticket for $100,
3 tickets for $300,
5 tickets for $500,


How can I purchase tickets?

Online by clicking HERE


By phone from anywhere within Alberta – 403.252.8474

In person at:

  1. Calgary Conservation Education Centre for Excellence
    911 Sylvester Crescent, SW
    Calgary, AB T2W 0R8
    P: 403.252.8474

  2. Edmonton Conservation Education Centre for Excellence
    #88, 4003 - 98 St.
    Edmonton, AB T6E 6M8
    P: 780.466.6682

  3. Calgary Firearms Centre & Conservation Education Centre for Excellence
    Address: 242 Avenue & 32 Street SW
    DeWinton, AB T0L 0X0
    P: 403.256.0665


What methods of payment can I use?

VISA, MasterCard, cash or cheque. No post-dated cheques accepted.

How many tickets total are being sold?


Is there an age restriction on purchasing tickets?

Yes. Ticket purchasers must be 18 years of age or older.


If I am not a resident of Alberta can I still purchase a ticket?

Yes, however you must be in Alberta at time of purchase.

Is my purchase tax deductible / do I get a tax receipt?

No, there is no tax receipt issued as Revenue Canada deems that the purchase of a raffle ticket is not a donation.


What are the deadline dates and draw dates?

Early Bird Draw

Cut off date is  July 8, 2022

Draw date is July 12, 2022

Final Draw

Cut off date is September 9, 2022

Draw date is September 15, 2022

Where will the draws take place?

The draw will take place at the Calgary Conservation Education Centre for Excellence, 911 Sylvester Crescent, SW, Calgary, AB.


How many prizes can be won?

100 total prizes will be awarded.


What is the total retail value of all the prizes?



What is the Early Bird Prize?

The Early Bird prize will include one Original, Framed Feather of Flight painting (25.5" x 20") by Gail Adams. Retail value is $13,860.00 CAD


How and when will the winners’ names be available?

A full list will be posted on the 100 FOR 100 website ( within 10 days after the final draw.


How will winners be notified?

All winners will be notified via telephone from an AHEIA representative. If a winner cannot be notified after a period of one year from the draw date, their prize will be donated to a charitable beneficiary approved by Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission.


Are ticket purchasers eligible for all prizes?

Ticket purchasers are eligible for all 100 prizes provided they purchase before the applicable draw deadline. After each draw the winning ticket will be returned to the drum and is eligible for all remaining prizes.

Do prizes have to be accepted “as is”?

Prizes must be accepted as awarded. There will be no cash or “in lieu of” option. Restrictions may apply. Please call us at 403.252.8474 for any questions.
Lottery prizes are tax-free.


What is the license Number for the 100 FOR 100 Raffle?






Your contribution will help protect the places and wildlife we love through keeping the public educated on the importance of conservation, through AHEIA's purpose-built programming. 

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