2021 Low Rider
The VERY happy winner and her prize!
TICKET NUMBER - 1421
Thanks to all for supporting the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund!
Safe riding and happy trails!
Winner of the 2021 Harley-Davison Low Rider S 114
Online purchasing has ended
Tickets can be purchased from Chapter 2 members.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE PAYMENT
Each Raffle Ticket is only $30.00
The sales platform, ZEFFY, defaults to $34.45 because it wants you to donate to them - NOT us (we are The American Legion Carl A Johnson Post 2 Riders)
To pay only the amount desired for raffle tickets - Click on the dropdown
Select 'Other' then enter the amount you want - zero $0.00 is fine!
Thanks for supporting the American Legion Legacy Scholarship with your raffle ticket purchase! Best of luck!
Your payment notification information from Zeffy will be used to fill out the next paper raffle ticket in sequence (so, please provide all of your information, name, phone number, address.). A picture of the filled out ticket will be taken and emailed to you for confirmation and the stub will be added to the raffle tumbler used to draw the winning ticket on June 3rd.
American Legion Legacy Run Scholarship Fund
Since 2006, Riders nationwide have participated in The American Legion Legacy Run to annually raise money for the Legacy Scholarship Fund, established to provide scholarships to children of U.S. military personnel killed since Sept. 11, 2001.
The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund was created to help ensure children who have lost a parent at war receive the education they need and deserve. The Legion Riders are among the fund’s biggest donators, creating the annual Legacy Run in 2006. Over its 16-year history, The American Legion Riders have raised more than 15 million dollars. Money that provides the funds necessary to attend a college or university.
The American Legion wants to ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country. Beginning with the 2017 award year, The American Legion expanded the scholarship to include children of VA-rated, post-9/11 veterans with a combined disability rating of 50 percent or higher. The American Legion and the Legion Riders offer support through the Legacy Scholarship Fund.