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Congratulations to all winners of this year's Concern raffle.

The 2023 Concern Raffle has now taken place - congratulations to our winners!

A huge thank you to all our incredible supporters who took part in this year’s Raffle!

This year the raffle raised an amazing €231,644 for Concern’s life-changing work in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The raffle closed for entries on 18th August and both the cash prize draw as well as the Super Supporter draw took place on 1st September.

We have now contacted our winners to let them know that they have won a prize.

The next Concern Raffle will take place in May 2024.

This year's winners

The winners of the Concern Raffle 2023 are...

  • 1st Prize €4,000: Betty Kennelly  
  • 2nd Prize €2,000: Deirdre McCabe  
  • 3rd Prize €500: Alan Heneghan  

Runners up €100 each:

  • Fiona Eighan
  • Margaret & Gerald Dowse
  • Anonymous
  • John & Sadie Cunningham
  • John Markey
  • John F. O'Sullivan
  • Anna Cosgrave      
  • Odhran Reddin
  • Anonymous  
  • Bernadette Jackson

Your donations help to change lives

Feza Fatuma Amisi smiles
Feza Fatuma Amisi is 30 years old; she is married and has five children. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

Every ticket bought and sold has made a BIG impact for vulnerable families in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). 

Raging conflict is causing extreme food scarcity in the DRC, devastating the lives of people like Feza, who lives in the Kalemie territory.

Feza and her husband work as farmers, but they still don’t earn enough to feed their five growing children. The extreme food scarcity in the DRC left Feza’s children at risk of deadly malnutrition.

Thanks to kind supporters like you, Feza was able to receive immediate food assistance including flour, oil, beans and salt, so she could feed her family.

She also received seeds and tools to grow her own nutritious crops of cowpea, peanut, and maize – ensuring that her children will be safe from hunger in the long term.

She’s now selling her leftover crops to help put her children through school too.

Thank you.

Jamna feeding her daughter Shanti

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  • Climate shocks increasing food scarcity

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