Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond Habitat Worldwide's control the raffle has been canceled.

All refunds 
will be mailed out by the 27th of September 2017. We will not be hosting a drawing on January 15, 2018.

We apologize for any inconvenience.



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Raffle Goal: All proceeds raised will go towards providing low cost housing for the victims of hurricane Matthew in Jeremie, Haiti.

Official Raffle terms and conditions (click here) 


Habitat Worldwide Initiative is starting this car raffle to bring help and hope to the people of Haiti who were devastated by Hurricane Matthew on October 4, 2016. The cyclone ripped Jeremie, Haiti and destroyed around 80 percent of all structures while killings almost 900 residents.

After the 2010 Earthquake, fast forward to 2016, Hurricane Matthew, hits the most southern areas of Haiti, leaving behind devastation. Once again, Aid and rescue pour in just as it did with the earthquake relief, but shelter remains at the bottom of the list.

To solve these issue of accommodation, a real plan for low cost housing needs to be in place.  Building a safe, hurricane and earthquake proof house is a long-term priority. Currently, the public sector hasn't done much to fix or improve these miserable conditions, and therefore private stakeholders have taken the matter into their hands to rebuild Haiti and provide long term solutions for shelter which remains an afterthought.

Habitat Worldwide Initiative is a 501(c) nonprofit organization committed to build 1000 Homes For Haiti for the victims of hurricane Matthew. Habitat Worldwide believes the raffle draw is one of the easiest and most effective methods to raise funds and at the same time giving away a brand new 2017 Ford Mustang with a retail value of $28,015.00 US dollars to a lucky winner as the Raffle prize. For a minimum of $20 donation; Everyone will have a chance to win by simply participating in these raffle events. Habitat Worldwide believes this model teaches people the value of solidarity and endurance since the money donated is returned and assigned to other families in the same or worse condition.