The Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH) Foundation, in partnership with WKTV NewsChannel 2, The Observer-Dispatch and PJ Green, has announced the start of the 22nd annual $100,000 Miracle Drawing to benefit the local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals at FSLH. Tickets for a chance to win $100,000 in cash are now on sale.

For the past two decades, the CMN Miracle project has helped create miracles for the children of the community and raised more than $4 million to benefit Women’s and Children’s Services at FSLH.

A maximum of 4,300 tickets are available. Bonus prizes will also be given away. Tickets may be purchased for $100 cash or at one of the participating ticket locations.

Ticket locations include AmeriCU Credit Union locations, the MVHS Boonville Medical Office, Chanatry’s Hometown Market, Countryside Stove & Chimney, Mohawk Valley Health System campuses, GPO Federal Credit Union locations, Jay-K Independent Lumber Corp., and Remington Federal Credit Union.

Tickets may also be purchased with a credit card beginning Monday, June 18, per guidelines of New York State Gaming Commission. Visit mvhealthsystem.org/miracle-drawing to purchase with a credit card.

The drawing will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the St. Luke’s Campus in New Hartford.

Projects such as the $100,000 Miracle Drawing allow FSLH to make a difference in the lives of children, such as 1-year-old Sadie of Brookfield, and their families by providing critical and life-saving care, pediatric medical equipment, as well as vital programs and services.

Sadie’s story – When Sadie was only 7 months old, she visited the Emergency Department at the St. Luke’s Campus where she was later admitted to Pediatric Department and received treatment for Group B Streptococcus. During her time on the Pediatric Department, Sadie received care from incredible staff, including the child life specialist, Erin. The child life specialist position us funded through CMN Hospitals at the St. Luke’s Campus.

For more information or to purchase a ticket call the FSLH Foundation at 315-624-5600.