Enter our Winter Raffle and be in with the chance to win £250!

We have recently launched our 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 three exciting prizes to be won;

1st prize £250

2nd Prize – Case of Ballers Nu Crémant Sparkling Wine

3rd Prize – 4 tickets to our Spring Enchanted Afternoon Tea

Tickets cost only £1 each and the closing date is Thursday 19th January 2023.

By playing our raffle you will be helping to support clients like Abigail who lives in Witham and has incurable cancer…

“Helen Rollason Cancer Charity offered me the opportunity to have reflexology. What a treat! I so look forward to my sessions with the wonderful therapists. They have been key figures in referring me onto other services the Charity provide and I have accessed both Mindfulness sessions and Counselling which have given me both a mental lift, and a clearer pathway to find a positive way of living with cancer.”

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Head of Fundraising and Marketing Zoe Jay 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.

It costs around £850,000 annually to keep our Charity operational. Therefore, we really need to raise as much money as possible to keep supporting men and women living with cancer…

“The counsellor has given me back my joy for life. I have hope again and even look forward to the future with plans that I had long shelved.” – client quote.

If you bought ten books of tickets, this would pay for a counselling or complementary therapy for one of our clients.

We’re a local charity serving our local community, and every penny raised from our Summer Raffle will go towards ensuring we continue to provide the best possible cancer care now and in the future.

On behalf of all our clients, therapists, volunteers, trustees and staff thank you in advance of your kind support and good luck!”

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We are calling on everyone in our community to play a vital role in helping us to fundraise which will allow us to continue enabling quality of life while living with cancer.