Summer Raffle 2024
Southwest Indian Foundation is proud to announce the 2024 Summer Raffle! We have gathered some truly unique and amazing prizes. Enter today by purchasing your ticket via your catalog order form, by calling our toll-free phone number, or online through our website!

One ticket costs $25, or receive 5 entries for every $100. The raffle will close on August 25, 2024, and the winning tickets will be drawn on August 26, 2024 at the Southwest Indian Foundation offices in Gallup, New Mexico.





Grand Prize: FULL, COMPLETE BEEF ORDER
SHIPPED DIRECTLY TO YOU, A $5,000 – $6,000 VALUE!!!
This year we are excited to announce that our first prize winner will receive a full complete beef order to help feed you and your hungry family through the next year! We provide New Mexico raised beef that will have grazed on the 270 acres of the San Isidro and the Three Sister’s Farm, high in the Zuni Mountains. Your prize will be delivered early winter 2024 or late winter 2025, depending on confirmation of our USDA certified butcher. If you are located outside of the optimal delivery range, then your prize will be professionally shipped to you.

Value: $5,000.00 — $6,000.00


1st Runner-Up Prize:
12-MONTH KANSAS CITY STEAK FAVORITES CLUB
Another exciting prize for our first runner up this year is the 12-MONTH KANSAS CITY STEAK FAVORITES CLUB. A true delight for the meat lover in your life, this prize offers a show-stopping assortment of Kansas City Steak Company's finest! Once a month, the winner will receive a variety of the very best steaks and meats in the country with deliveries the full year through.

Value: $2,000.00


2nd Runner-Up Prize:
FRAMED PRINT FROM ARTIST R.C. Gorman
We are honored to bring you a beautifully framed print from Navajo artist R.C. Gorman. Our second runner-up will win this gorgeous piece titled “Blue”. An old friend and earnest supporter of the Southwest Indian Foundation before his death in 2005, R.C. Gorman was born in 1931 on the Navajo Reservation in Chinle, Arizona and is by far one the most recognized Native artists.

Value: $900.00


3rd Runner Up Prize:
Hand-crafted Navajo Rug
This beautiful Navajo rug was hand-loomed by artist Rita Yei nearly 20 years ago. The incredible ‘corn maiden’ pattern is a beautiful example of story telling through art. These corn maidens are popular subjects in rug making because they represent the breath that brings the rain and warm breezes of summer to the lands of winter. This quality rug is perfect for private display at home. Collectors commonly frame and display this size (approx. 3x2) rug.

Value: $600.00