The raffle will be reserved for those who have already donated as part of an initiative that has collected hygiene products, masks and about 100 kilograms (220 pounds) of food for charity.
“Diego cannot even imagine what he did for us, it is priceless. I will be grateful to him until the day I die,” said Marta Gutierrez, a local resident.
Maradona spent her formative years in Buenos Aires, playing for Argentinos Juniors and her beloved Boca Juniors before being transferred to Barcelona in 1982 for a world record.
The peak of his career came at the 1986 World Cup, where his individual talent elevated Argentina to the ultimate price in world football, beating West Germany 3-2 in the final.