Former ISU Basketball Star’s Organization Holding Raffle Fundraiser for NCAA Final Four

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Dreaming of going to the NCAA Men’s Final Four?

You can score tickets while also helping advance the mission of a former ISU basketball star’s organization.

Jake Sullivan and Acts 2 Collective works in Ghana and Chad, Africa. The organization spearheads several projects from education development to sports outreach.

Acts 2 Collective is co-hosting a raffle fundraiser with Siouxland Christian for a chance to win a March Madness ticket package.

All proceeds will be split between Acts 2 Collective and Siouxland Christian for a number of the organizations’ projects, specifically the Sports Mission Complex in Chad we told you about in October. Proceeds will also go toward Siouxland’s scholarship program that assists underprivileged youth with school tuition.

The March Madness package is for April 1-5 in Houston, including:

  • Two tickets to the semifinals,
  • Two tickets to the finals,
  • Two tickets to the Legends of the Hardwood breakfast, where the John Wooden Keys to Life Award is presented
  • Two tickets to Hoop City, which is the fan zone,
  • A $500 travel voucher

It costs $20 to enter the raffle, and you can purchase as many tickets as you’d like to increase your chance of winning.

Tickets can be purchased now through March 16, and the drawing will be held March 17.

All funds raised through this raffle will be allocated to advance current projects and programs. Purchase multiple raffle tickets to increase your changes of winning. To learn more about our current projects and the work we are doing please visit

Click here for more information.

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.