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Two Round Trip Tickets to Greece from Air France (Value $3,000)

VIP Day on West Broadway for Two: Limo ride, shopping, spa, salon, chocolate and coffee breaks, and delicious Greek food! (Value $2,000)

Sports Ticket Package (Value $1000)


  • The Draw will take place at 9pm on the Main Stage at Greek Day on Broadway.
  • A Maximum of 7000 tickets will be sold
  • Tickets cost $2.00 each
  • Tickets can be purchased on the day of the event at various locations around the festival.

Our Goal to Raise Funds for Camp Metamorphosis of British Columbia

Camp Met BC was established in 2010 under the direction of Rev. Fr. Constantinos Economos, the founding Camp Director. Camp Metamorphosis BC runs a summer camp during the week preceding the Labour Day long weekend, as well as a Winter Camp between Christmas and New Year’s. Other various events are held throughout the year to fundraise and to keep the youth connected. Camp Metamorphosis of BC is committed to sending campers home with a smile on their face and a glow in their heart. There are many fun activities at our events including aquatics, field sports, archery, and rope courses, to name a few. But the magic happens when our staff gets creative and invents new ways of having fun! We embrace our culture through a number of activities and performances. Something as simple as referring to someone by their full name has an impact. Campers learn to celebrate their culture and to respect cultural diversity. You don’t have to be Greek to come to camp, but liking Greek food might help!

CAMP MET BC is a Non-Profit Organization. It is because of generous donations from people like you that we have been able to keep Camp running at a reduced cost since 2010. If your family or organization would like to help us out by providing extra snacks, donating supplies, offsetting costs, or even to help sponsor a kid or two who’s family cannot afford to send them.

To donate please click here:!donate-now/c33n

* A raffle often involves several different possible prizes that can be won, and a ticket will be drawn from the group at random for each of the prizes. In this manner, people are not buying tickets to win a specific prize, but for the possibility of winning any of the prizes, as the prizes do not have specific numbers attached. A ticket is drawn for the initial prize; that ticket is then left out of the container. A second ticket is then drawn for the next prize, and that ticket also is discarded, and so on. This continues until all prizes have been won.