Tri-Cities 50/50 Community Raffle


The St. Charles History Museum and the Tri-City Exchange Club have teamed up again for the Tri-Cities 50/50 Community Raffle.  Last year’s 50/50 winner took away over $10,000 and our goal this year is $15,000. 

Since kicking off this year’s 50/50 raffle the current winning pot is just over $7,500.

The winner will be announced live on 103.9 the Fox by Eddie Volkman on Saturday, June. 23, 2018 during the Museum’s third annual Best of St. Charles Foodie Fest event at 8:30pm.

Tickets can be purchased at a number of events and anytime at the St. Charles History Museum.

Tickets are 1 for $5 of 5 for $20 and proceeds will benefit the St. Charles History Museum and the Tri-Cities Exchange Club.

The 2017 Winner of the Tri-Cities 50/50 Community Raffle

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Who Benefits from the Raffle?


WHo we are

The St. Charles History Museum is a 501©3, non-profit organization operating the St. Charles History Museum and historic archive. The Museum holds more than 10,000 photographs in its archive and 15,000 artifacts in its collection. The Museum also host a number of educational programing and events throughout the year for both children and adults. 


Who We are 

For more than 30 years, men and women of the Tri-Cities area -- St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia -- have joined together to serve their communities by embracing the Tri-Cities Exchange Club's main missions -- prevention of child abuse, promotion of patriotism, and recognition of student achievements.

The following agencies have benefited from the club's fund-raising efforts and/or offering manpower to aid their events:


  • TriCity Family Services
  • Salvation Army Tri-Cities Corps
  • Fox Valley Christian Action Center (Riverwoods)
  • Royal Camp for Kids
  • CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
  • Kane County Juvenile Drug Court
  • Fox Valley Pregnancy Center
  • Mooseheart
  • Mutual Ground
  • Embrace a Family
  • Lazarus House
  • Changing Children's World Foundation
  • Zellmer Foundation
  • Alyssa Alvin Foundation