There are 1,000 raffle tickets remaining for Roy Clark’s private plane, a four-seat Piper Tri-Pacer, which the country superstar donated to Wings of Hope as a fundraiser.
According to officials with the global humanitarian charity headquartered in St. Louis, half of the raffle tickets have been sold. Another 1,000 will be offered for the plane, with all proceeds going to help American children with major health issues get to life-saving treatment.
The plane will be raffled with a full scholarship for a private pilot license and a Lightspeed Zulu headset. Only 2,000 tickets are being sold at $50 each. More information is online. The plane and scholarship are transferable.