She donated $10 to charity, and now she owns a $300K Ford Bronco

The custom first-gen electric Bronco was won through Omaze

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Angelina Tafoya, of Haleiwa, Hawaii, recently got the surprise of her life when she donated $10 to charity through the online platform Omaze and won her dream car — a custom Zelectric Bronco. The first-gen restored Bronco is fitted with an Electric GT motor powered by a Tesla battery with a range of around 200 miles. That 400-horsepower motor also propels this Brittany Blue five-seater from 0-60 miles per hour in under 6 seconds.

Enter at Omaze to win the car of your dreams

Angela donated $10 to Big League Impact, a nonprofit charity founded by St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright and his brother Trey Wainwright, for her chance to win big. Big League Impact is an organization that “unites MLB Players and fans to help save lives, restore dignity, instill hope, and improve our communities around the globe. Contributions have supported a wide variety of causes including humanitarian aid, health and medicine, education, access to water, and more.”

Out of thousands of entries, Angela walked away with a custom electric Ford (worth $301,548 in retail value) and $20,000 in cash.

That raffle is over, but for your chance to win big on a variety of vehicles, check out Omaze. You get the chance to win a car, and best of all, proceeds go to a good cause.

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