Raffle and Donations

Raffle and Donations for the 40th RIT Spring Juggle-In

The Juggle-In Raffle is one of the primary ways we cover costs at the RIT Juggle-In and helps us allow free admission to the gym all weekend.

You can help support the Juggle-In by donating to our Raffle table.
If you donate early we’ll be happy to put pictures of your donations and links to your website here.
Last year we had some incredible prizes from  Drop props, Gballz, Pass the Props, Yo-yo Sam, Higgins Brothers, Flying Clipper and many others.

If you’d like to donate you can contact the club at RITjuggle@gmail.com, or send your donations direct to the club office with the following address:

RIT/Juggling Club
Attn: Dawn Rizzo
Campus Center Bldg 3 – rm 1610
127 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester NY 14623

*Please do let us know if you have shipped something, and make sure to put “RIT Juggling Club” on the label.
RIT has over 300 clubs and all their mail is delivered to the same address.

Flying Clipper

Thanks to Jim Fitzgerald of Flying Clipper for his quick response and continued support of the Juggle-In. Enter for a chance to win.

Tossaball Hybrid and Phat Tyre ProTossaBall

Neon Husky

Thanks to Neon Husky for their continued support of the Juggle-In and their fantastic donation of these awesome rechargeable atom poi and trainer poi.

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Drop Props

Handmade juggling balls by Sarah Smith of Drop Props!  Check out the Drop Props website and like them on Facebook to see these great balls in action!!

       Drop Props 2017


Higgins Brothers

Higgins Brothers is back this year with another raffle donation! Check our their Facebook, Instagram, and website to browse their amazing collection of juggling goodies!

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YoYo Sam

YoYo Sam makes another donation this year with sets of Zeekio clubs and balls. Be sure to check out their vendor table at the festival for all their awesome props!

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Dan Holzman

Two RingDamas donated by Dan Holzman. What’s a RingDama? It’s a Kendama that you wear on your finger like a ring, combining the elements of Kendama and Yo-Yo. Sound interesting? Enter for a chance to win.