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Each $10 contributed to the raffle will represent one chance to be the lucky recipient of the item. There is no limit on the amount one can donate, ie, $100 = 10 chances to win. All contributions raised from the raffle will be split evenly and donated directly to the organizations listed below. One winner per item raffled will be chosen at random and contacted via email by July 10, 2020.

Some key donation items are 

  • Alexisonfire: one of a kind artwork by George for our Dogs Blood EP, Signed broken mic stand from Video shoot, Limited Edition box set
  • Finger Eleven – Signed Epiphone Les Paul Guitar
  • I Mother Earth – Signed Handwritten Lyric Sheet for “One More Astronaut” 
  • City and Colour: Signed Vintage Amp, Singed Banjo from The Girl Video, “A Pill For Loneliness” Splatter Vinyl Hand Pressed by Dallas Green
  • Dine Alone: Test presses from various artists, signed 10-year anniversary poster featuring 100 different artists from that year, including Pink, Quicksand, Lumineers and more
  • Matty Matheson – Bob Kramer Chef’s Knife & Signed Card
  • Glorious Sons: Signed Drum skin 
  • Letter Kenny: Signed Jersey 
  • Metric – Hand Painted ‘Art of Doubt’ Jean Jacket by Emily Haines
  • Tragically Tip signed box set
  • P!NK: Autographed Merchandise
  • Monster Truck – Signed Kick Drum Head
  • The Trews: Signed Guitars and pedals
  • Vanessa Carlton: Hand written lyrics of a couple of her songs + signed CD and vinyl
  • Sum 41 – Signed Handwritten Lyric Sheet for “Still Waiting”
  • Wintersleep: Guitar and custom signed Drum Skin

Other commitments for raffle items include: Billy Talent , Finger 11, I Mother Earth, Sam Roberts. Tokyo Police Club , Monster Truck, Dashboard Confessional, and much more.

Charities Supported:

Black Lives Matter (Toronto) 

Black Lives Matter (Global)

NIA Centre For the Arts

The Bail Project

Black Women in Motion (Toronto)

Greg Kinne
Greg Kinne
Greg started Culture Fiend as a way to discuss the many facets of pop culture. Greg usually surrounds himself with Star Wars action figures, Legos and a healthy supply of interesting films and unusual records.

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