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I Am Home Raffle Offers a Chance to Win a New Willow Branch Home


Middle Tennessee home builder Willow Branch Homes has donated one of their new homes to raffle off in support of two local nonprofits: Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt and storytelling organization, I Am Second. The organizations will offer the chance to win the home this fall.

Tickets go on sale Aug. 31, for the first-ever I Am Home Raffle, and a winner will be drawn on Nov. 6. Tickets cost $100 each. The I Am Home Raffle home is located in The Fields of Canterbury neighborhood in Thompson's Station, Tennessee, just minutes from Franklin. The Fenwick B plan boasts four bedrooms and three and a half baths. The 3,072-square-foot home is valued at $634,000 and features a two-car garage, open concept kitchen and more.

The home interior is designed by Willow Branch along with I Am Second's celebrity ambassadors, Kathie Lee Gifford and Moriah Peters. Over the years, both Gifford and Peters have taken on numerous home renovations and new builds and are thrilled at the opportunity to curate a beautiful aesthetic for the I Am Home Raffle residence.

"How I wish each person who buys a ticket could win this home," said Gifford. "Sharing the heart of my home with the people I adore has been one of the greatest joys of my life. I invite you into the heart of each one of these organizations by supporting the I Am Home project and purchasing a ticket for a chance to win the key to this beautiful property. May God bless you and each of your homes."

Willow Branch Homes offers a range of home designs for whatever stage of life you are in, including townhomes, lake cottages, neighborhood classics and estate-style homes on multi-acre building sites throughout Middle Tennessee.

Willow Branch is proud to be able to offer this home to one lucky winner while benefiting two nonprofit organizations that give so much back to the community.

A limited number of tickets are available, and participants can reserve a ticket online at

Ticket proceeds will benefit Children's Hospital, Tennessee's premier pediatric health care facility, and I Am Second, a faith-based organization spreading hope to the community.

"We are excited to be named a beneficiary of the I Am Home Raffle later this fall," said Meg Rush, MD, MMHC, President of Children's Hospital. "At Children's Hospital, we come to work every day focused on providing hope and healing for children through our commitment to personalized patient care. We are so grateful to have Willow Branch as a new community partner to support us in our service and dedication to children and families in our community."

"I Am Second is honored to be able to join with such incredible partners and offer another way to serve the local community," said I Am Second Executive Director, Mike Jorgensen. "We are thankful for all who participate in supporting our work and in making a great home available to a family in the community."

Willow Branch Homes broke ground on the build in April, and the home will be move-in ready by November. To reserve a ticket, see additional details or read terms and conditions, visit

The I Am Home Raffle is authorized by the State of Tennessee Division of Charitable Solicitations, Fantasy Sports and Gaming. Purchasers must be located within Tennessee at time of purchase, and other restrictions apply as required by law. Learn more at


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