Veggies to Table, a nonprofit farm that grows and donates organic produce to hungry locals and flowers to bring joy, is thrilled to announce a once-in-a-lifetime French-inspired raffle.
The grand prize is a week-long stay in a stunning Parisian apartment with a balcony and panoramic view, and includes a driver to and from the airport, champagne and flowers on arrival, lunch for two at Le Bon Georges, a lunch for two at Mokonuts Boulangerie et Café, a gift certificate for Treize au Jardin, and a standard Paris trip planning service, Perfected.
All proceeds from this one-time fundraiser will help Veggies to Table grow and provide even more farm-fresh vegetables and flowers.
Veggies to Table founder Erica Berman moved from Paris to Maine 10 years ago with her husband and French co-founder Alain Ollier. They organized this contest to share a bit of France with the community.
Second prizes include a weekend in Montreal with club access at Le Center Sheraton hotel, a set of luxury French sheets, a language lesson at Penobscot Bay language school, handmade chocolates from French-owned, Maine-based Chocolats Passion, a set of French utilitarian soap, tea towels and a wooden dish brush from the sustainable Jardin shop, and many other prizes
In its first three seasons, Veggies to Table has grown and donated over 31,000 pounds of farm-fresh produce and donated over 2,100 bouquets of flowers to spread the joy. With the help of the public, they can provide even more premium, nutrient-dense products to those who need them.
To help Veggies to Table feed more hungry people in the local community, enter the contest, donate to Veggies to Table, visit and/or volunteer at the Veggies to Table farm, or help behind the scenes with the writing grants and fundraising.
The draw will take place from Sunday August 7th to Saturday September 17th and the winners will be selected online on Sunday September 18th. To enter, go to veggiestotable.org/sweepstakes.