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Annual Lexus for the Little Ones drawing to benefit Kentucky Children's Hospital

Lexus for the Little Ones
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/ by UK HealthCare

Lexus of Lexington will raffle off a new 2019 Lexus ES 350 on March 10 as part of the sixth annual Lexus for the Little Ones fundraiser to support Kentucky Children’s Hospital (KCH).

The drawing will take place at 1 p.m. at the Lexus of Lexington dealership located at 1264 E. New Circle Road. All tickets sold will benefit KCH, a family-centered hospital providing children from Kentucky and beyond with the highest level of advanced specialty care 

“Lexus for the Little Ones is another example of our community's dedication and goodwill towards Kentucky Children’s Hospital,” said Dr. Scottie Day, physician-in-chief of KCH and chair of the UK Department of Pediatrics. “Lexus of Lexington has gone above and beyond to support our mission of providing the highest level of care to the children of Kentucky.”

Organized by the MAP Foundation, the Lexus for the Little Ones drawing has raised over $300,000 for KCH. This year, the proceeds will benefit integrative medicine and health services at KCH. 

"Being able to be a small part of these children's and families' journeys through an unimaginable children's cancer diagnosis has been more of a gift to our foundation," said Rick Avare, dealer principal for Lexus of Lexington and co-founder of the MAP Foundation. "We have experienced such amazing support from the community that we wanted to continue with the Lexus for the Little Ones raffle and extend support to programs that provide the best care and services for struggling youth in our community."

Tickets are $100 each. A maximum of 2,000 will be sold. Tickets can be purchased on the Lexus of Lexington website or by calling Lexus of Lexington at 859-233-2000.

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