HRCC announce Winter Raffle Winners!

We are very pleased to announce that the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Winter Raffle has raised an incredible £5,200 for the charity!

The raffle was drawn on Friday 28th January and the first prize of £250 was awarded to Mr Marchal from Chelmsford in Essex.

Our second prize winner of the Winter Hamper went to Mrs Carole Besalel from Chigwell.

Third prize of the Benefit Makeup Set worth £100 went to Mrs Theresa Daniels from Harlow.

Fourth prize of the Bishop Nick Beer Gift Pack went to Mr Peter Cook from Braintree.

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Marketing Coordinator Holly Butler said;

“Congratulations to Mr Marchal and our other raffle winners and a huge thank you to everyone who took part in our Winter Raffle and bought a ticket.

We are delighted to have raised over £5,200 which is enough money to fund over one hundred reflexology appointments. The work we do really does make a difference.

Our Raffle draw is a fun and yet valuable way in which to help our charity enable quality of life while living with cancer. “

Keep an eye on our website for details of our next charity raffle coming soon!

 

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