Bad Bunny Raffle Fundraiser

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About the Event

FLOOR SEATS! Bad Bunny Concert Tickets Benefiting UH Hispanic Alumni Association and Impact Hub Houston. 


These two non-profit organizations have collaborated on a very exciting fundraiser! We have TWO (2) pairs of tickets for the upcoming BAD BUNNY Concert on February 17th at the Toyota Center in Houston. A total of 4 Floor Seat Tickets! These 4 seats are next to each other. 100% of the sale of these tickets will be distributed 50/50 between the two organizations. 


There are two ways to win these 2 sets of tickets – ONLINE AUCTION & RAFFLE


  • Date: 2/11
  • Platform: Instagram Post via uhhispanicalumni
  • Duration: 7 AM – 7 PM CST 
  • Section: Floor F, Row 11
  • Value: $3,260 pretax for the set of 2 tickets

The winner will receive (2) Floor F, Row 11 seats to the Bad Bunny Concert on February 17 at the Toyota Center in Houston. 


  1. All bids are reflected in USD and the final checkout will be processed in USD.
  2. Opening bid = $800 USD
  3. Minimum bid increment = $50 USD
  4. Bidding closes February 11th at 7:00 PM CST and will rollover till the last bid stands for 5 minutes (no snipping rule in effect)
  5. The reserve must be met to be sold. 
  6. You MUST submit your bid via comment on this post only. All subsequent bids must be submitted in a NEW comment and NOT a reply to your old comment. Will not accept bids via DM or email. 
  7. Winning bid will have 24 hours to claim the tickets and remit payment. Failure to send full payment results in tickets going to the next highest bidder. 
  8. Payment is taken via a secure link provided by a uhhispanicalumni moderator. 


  1. RAFFLE:

  • Duration: Starting 2/4 – 2/15
  • Section: Floor F, Row 11
  • Value: $3,260 pretax for the set of 2 tickets

RAFFLE RULES:  Purchase unlimited amounts of $50 raffle tickets for a chance to win 2 Tickets! 

  1. Winner will be announced via Instagram Live with uhhispanicalumni and Impact Hub Houston on February 15, 2022 at 8pm. There is no reserve for raffle tickets!




  •  Watch and learn about Impact Hub Houston and UH Hispanic Alumni’s Partnership:

  • About Impact Hub Houston: 

“We’re so excited to collaborate with the UH Hispanic Alumni Association on this joint fundraiser! It’s an honor to join forces for a dual cause with my alma mater and I look forward to launching Emprende Impacto for our community! #CambiaElMundo” 

– Michelle Avalos, Co-Founder/Deputy Director of Impact Hub Houston

Impact Hub Houston is a 501c3 non-profit impact catalyst that empowers people to solve the most pressing issues of our region and beyond…especially those that impact historically marginalized communities. Verified as a Guidestar Platinum organization for our commitment to transparency, we work alongside ~102 Impact Hubs with 24,000+ members spanning over 60 countries around the world—the world’s largest community recognized by the United Nations for accelerating entrepreneurial solutions towards measurable and scalable impact for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)—to offer intentional, inclusive, and international support to help diverse innovators and idea- to early-stage startups create the change they wish to see in their communities.

Impact Hub Houston’s “Emprende Impacto” Pre-Accelerator and Bootcamp programs fill the idea-stage education and resource gap for Houston’s Hispanic/Latinx community: We provide the relevant, culturally competent, and accessible startup training and education they need to launch new paths to wealth creation, grow their businesses, create new jobs and opportunities in their communities, and thrive.

Leveraging our relationships with the dozen+ Impact Hubs in Latin America and Spain, Impact Hub Houston will provide expert entrepreneur/startup education and mentorship in Spanish along with materials in English, allowing participants to learn in a culturally-sensitive environment while building competency in common startup terminology and best practices.

We’re excited to lead in developing this ecosystem to help Hispanic/Latinx entrepreneurs start high-potential businesses that create new jobs and opportunities for inclusive and equitable economic development across our region!

Contact Information
Primary Contact
Veronica Olivarez
Secondary Contact
John Garcia