Catch the Ace
Catch The Ace
Last Week's Winner
Tickets are $5.00 each.
How it Works
Tickets are sold from Thursday to Thursday each week.
Begins February 23, 2017.
Each Thursday, starting March 2, 2017 :
- Ticket sales cut off at 7:45 PM
- Tickets are counted
- Proceeds announced
- Weekly draw is conducted
Once each draw is conducted, the winning ticket holder selects a numbered envelope.
If the card inside is anything other than the “Ace of Spades”, the ticket holder receives 20% of the week’s sales proceeds.
On the occasion that the wining ticket holder selects the envelope containing the “Ace of Spades”:
- Winner receives 20% of the sales proceeds from the current week
- Plus 30% of ALL proceeds since the beginning of the campaign
March 2, 2017 - Scott Prince - Q- $ 250.00
March 9, 2017 - Jeff Trickett - J- $ 163.00
March 16, 2017 - John Smit - 10- $ 137.00
March 22, 2017 - Sean Stewart - 7- $ 150.00
March 29, 2017 - Daniel Williams - 6- $ 76.00
April 6, 2017 - Norman Ocampo - 2- $ 122.00
April 13, 2017 - Adam Bosak - A- $ 166.00
April 20, 2017 - Steve Pye - 9- $ 127.00
April 27, 2017 - Matt Vint - 5- $ 78.00
May 4, 2017 - Max Bailey - 2- $ 185.00
May 11, 2017 - Dave Fenner - A- $ 140.00
May 18, 2017 - Marty Walker - Q- $ 189.00
May 25, 2017 - Luciano Lapa - J- $ 217.00
June 1, 2017 - Gerald “Lance” Clarke - Q- $ 132.00
June 8, 2017 - Joey McKenny - 7- $ 175.00
June 15, 2017 - Matt Vint - 8- $ 181.00
June 22, 2017 - Dan Workman - 9- $ 140.00
Who We Are
The Wise Guys Charity Fund began with a simple goal in mind: to improve the quality of life in the Niagara Region. We started out raising funds for the YMCA, but just couldn’t stop there. We realized that there were so many other organizations and individuals in Niagara who needed our support. Why not do as much good as possible? So, we changed our strategy. We started raising funds for as many worthy causes as we could, especially the ones that don’t get the kind of publicity they deserve.
We thought we were just helping out; we didn’t realize we were creating a legacy.
Over the years, we started providing financial assistance to as many organizations as possible. This led us on some incredible adventures, and allowed us to support some inspiring projects along the way. We’ve helped women’s shelters, mentorship programs, advocacy centres, and more fight for the causes they care so much about. We’ve received tremendous support from the community along the way, which is the most rewarding part – watching community form and care for its members.
Now, the Wise Guys Charity Fund has grown into a widely-recognized charity in the Niagara Region. We can’t give full credit to one specific individual, but we can be grateful for the efforts of the collective. Together, we accomplish so much more than we ever could alone. Together, we’ve created a new way to care for our home.
We believe in supporting Niagara with every resource we can spare. We believe in finding new resources when we don’t have any to spare. Are you ready to pitch in?
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Friday, July 21, 2017
The Wise Guys Charity is a truly unique community partner. Their support over the years to grassroots organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters St. Catharines-Thorold has been vital to sustaining our Mentoring programs. Their support for our two new programs such as Big Bunch & Go Girls! enabled us to reach many more young people who would otherwise not have the opportunity to participate. We are privileged they value and support the work we do with Niagara’s children. On behalf of everyone at Big Brothers Big Sisters our heartfelt congratulations on your twenty years of helping us to grow and thrive.
Community Care West Niagara has experienced the support and generosity of the Wise Guys. Our ability to carry out the work we do in West Niagara has been enhanced as a result. We and the community we serve are very grateful and congratulate the Wise Guys on their success over the past 20 years.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation funds life-saving research, health education and advocates for social change. To do this the charity coordinates 10 fundraising programs such as The Heart & Stroke Big Bike (a 29 seat bike companies as it visits each community in Niagara), Pedal 100 a long-distance cycling event, Jump Rope for Heart and other events. In the mid-90’s the Wise Guys generously provided the Foundation with a new Van! This vehicle acted as a much needed resource to haul various event day supplies, it was driven in front of the Big Bike to ensure the safety of event participants. The Niagara Heart and Stroke Foundation gratefully acknowledges this generous contribution to the Foundation and it made a difference for our participants