LCWA partners with Shop with a Cop

Jill Ruzicka - July 14, 2017

The Lake County Winery Association is excited to partner with the Lake County Deputy Sheriff’s Association in raising funds for their Shop with a Cop program.

To help raise funds, the LCWA Board of Directors agreed to hold a raffle of one (1) case of mixed wines, featuring wines that were part of the people’s choice competition at the recent Red, White & Blues held on July 1, 2017 at Brassfield Estate Winery.

These wines are considered some of the best wines of Lake County.

The LCWA will sell raffle tickets with all proceeds* benefiting the Shop with the Cop program.

Winners need not be present to win, but must be 21 years or older.

A way to purchase raffle tickets has been set up on Eventbrite. Anyone who purchases a raffle ticket on Eventbrite (there are NO fees and NO sales tax being charged) will have their name and contact information entered into the raffle.

The winning ticket will be pulled live on July 29, 2017 at the Fundraising Dinner Benefiting Shop with a Cop 2017, at Boatique Winery. Tickets to this event can be purchase here.

Let’s raise $1,000 to benefit Shop with a Cop, and get a chance to win a case of some of the best Lake County Wines!  It’s a win / win for everyone!

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The Shop with A Cop Program has been a huge success in Lake County and a program which has meant a lot to the community and those who have assisted with the event. This event started with the generosity of the Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Charitable Foundation after the Valley Fire in 2015. Members of the Lake County Deputy Sheriff Association (LCDSA) as well as other law enforcement employee associations contributed money and their time to make the Shop with a Cop a success in the past. Members of The Lake County Deputy Sheriff’s Association want this program to continue to be successful and have decided on charitable event in 2017 to fund the program.

To be sure the event continued in Lake County, the LCDSA began to looking into hosting charity event which would benefit this program; allowing it to be funded for 2017, and beyond. For 2017 this event will be called “Christmas in July” and will be a Barbeque at the beautiful Boatique Winery in Kelseyville on July 29th, 2017. The Lake County Deputy Sheriff’s Association hopes this year’s Shop with A Cop event can afford to provide 50 children the ability to spend 200 dollars each.

*LCWA is a non-profit organization and is registered with California Attorney General's Registry of Charitable Trusts. All proceeds up to $1,000 with go directly to the Lake County Deputy Sheriff's Association's Shop with a Cop 2017. If proceeds exceed $1,000, the LCWA may deduct any costs (administrative and marketing) up to 10% per California State Law, as long as the proceeds going to Shop with a Cop remain at $1,000 or above.

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