Our friends at Omaze are ramping up their electric vehicle sweepstakes for the benefit of cool non-profit organizations and now they are raffling a Tesla Model 3 Performance with a Wall Connector and even $20,000 in the frunk to top it off.

You can buy chances to win the Tesla Model 3 starting with 100 entries for $10 and it can go up to 50,000 entries for $5,000.

Omaze describes the prize:

“What’s better than getting a brand new Tesla Model 3? Getting the Performance edition, which can run up to 310 miles on a single charge, goes 0–60mph in just 3.2 seconds, rocks a 15-inch touchscreen, has a dual-motor system and can basically drive itself! Oh… and $20,000 on top of all that. And because this isn’t your standard Model 3, your new ride also has lowered suspension for improved handling, a carbon-fiber spoiler for optimized aerodynamics, and aluminum alloy pedals and brakes. We’ll even install the Tesla Wall Connector charger at your home so you’ll always be charged up and ready for the next adventure. You’ve got Tesla keys in your hand, $20,000 in your pocket and an open road ahead. Taxes and shipping costs for the car are included.”

The proceeds from the raffle are going toward a project in partnership with GivePower to build a solar water farm in Kenya.

Omaze Tesla Model 3 givepower

The company describes the partnership:

“Omaze has teamed up with GivePower to build a Solar Water Farm in Kenya! And we want you to join us in this life-changing project. Every donation to this campaign will directly help create a groundbreaking solar-powered desalination system that’ll provide clean drinking water for up to 35,000 people every single day.”

You can enter the Tesla Model 3 sweepstake until July 18, 2019.

It’s the second time we’ve partnered with Omaze for an electric vehicle sweepstake. Earlier this month, we posted about a Tesla-powered old-school VW Bug, which is still open until June 16, 2019.

This is a sponsored post.


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