RMHC Charleston Helicopter Ball Drop: Just $50 for a Chance to Win up to $5,000!

Charleston, SC- May 11, 2018 - The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston will host a Helicopter Ball Drop, sponsored by Holy City Helicopters, on May 30th  at The Ocean Course on Kiawah Island.

With a donation of just $50, you can receive a chance to win 50% of the proceeds raised in this fun fundraiser at the 16th Annual McDonald’s-Dr Pepper Charity Golf Classic, presented by Crews Subaru of Charleston.  The purchaser of the golf ball that lands closest to the target wins!

Your golf ball will have a number associated with it. Then, on May 30th after the golf outing during the Awards Dinner, sponsored by WCBD News 2, a helicopter will fly over The Ocean Course and pour the bucket of numbered balls out the window upon getting the signal from our dinner sponsors. If the number of the golf ball that goes into the hole or is the closest to the hole ( if none go in), matches the number you were assigned, you win 50% of the monies raised through the golf ball drop fundraiser! If we sell out of all 200 golf balls, then you win $5,000! If more than one ball lands in the hole or ties closest to the pin, winners will split prize.Winner does not need to be present to win!

The Ronald McDonald House reserves the right to change the amount of the prize if all 200 golf balls are not sold. This is a 50/50 prize. Proceeds will be split evenly between the winner and RMHC Charleston. In the event of inclement weather, a winner will be chosen by another method. Winnings are subject to tax.

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About RMHC Charleston

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston is a 32 bedroom home where families stay while their children undergo extensive medical treatment. Within our walls, parents and children lead a life as normal as possible during their traumatic times without the financial burden of costly hotel, meal and travel expenses.

The mission of RMHC Charleston is to create compassionate environments and programs that provide families the best chance of success in caring for their child with complex medical needs.