HRCC launches Winter Raffle with the chance to win £250!

HRCC have recently launched our 2021 Winter Raffle with the chance to win fabulous prizes and a top prize of £250!

It’s so simple to play and you will be helping to enable quality of life while living with cancer.

There are four exciting prizes to be won:

1st prize £250

2nd prize Winter Hamper

3rd prize Benefit Makeup Set worth £100

4th prize Bishop Nick Beer Gift Pack

Tickets cost only £1 each and the closing date is Wednesday 26th January 2022.

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Marketing Coordinator Holly Butler said “Our Raffle draw is a fun and yet valuable way in which to help our charity enable quality of life while living with cancer. By playing you can help secure the future of the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. On behalf of all our clients, therapists, volunteers, trustees and staff thank you in advance of your kind support and good luck!”

Tickets can be purchased by using the form below.

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