CKUA’s Golden Summer 50/50 Raffle is finally here!
CKUA is a non-profit arts and culture media organization with deep roots in Alberta. Our radio programs are curated and produced by real people who bring their broad expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm for music, arts and culture to air and online everyday.
80% of the annual cost to operate is generously funded by donations, advertising and sponsorship from our loyal community of listeners and supporters. As we look to the future with a view of the everchanging broadcast media and technology industry, fundraising activities like the CKUA 50/50 Raffle are essential for CKUA to keep the music playing and endure as Alberta’s voice for music, arts and culture. Thanks for buying your ticket(s) and Good Luck!
Our strong community keeps the music playing. You’re invited to join us.
1 for $10.00
4 for $20.00
20 for $50.00
100 for $100.00
Tickets may only be purchased within Alberta. License number 602818
Read the CKUA 50/50 Raffle Terms & Conditions.
Additional questions? Email email@example.com.
CKUA Radio Foundation is a licensed charitable organization. AGLC licence #602818. Draw date: August 30, 2022. Tickets must only be purchased or sold within Alberta. Draw to be held at CKUA Alberta Hotel, 9804 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta. Additional information at www.ckua.com. Total number of tickets available: 766,999. Ticket prices: 100 for $100 or 20 for $50 or 4 for $20 or 1 for $10.
Please Note: Under Canadian Revenue Agency rules, a ticket that gives you a chance to win does not qualify as a donation.
The CKUA Radio Network is a Canadian donor-funded community radio network based in Edmonton, Alberta. Originally located on the campus of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, it was the first public broadcaster in Canada when it began broadcasting in 1927. It now broadcasts from studios in downtown Edmonton, and as of fall 2016 has added a studio in Calgary’s National Music Centre. CKUA’s primary station is CKUA-FM, located on 94.9 FM in Edmonton, and the station operates fifteen rebroadcasters to serve the remainder of the province.