Concern Summer Raffle 2018

Maunel, Peter and Chafindo are all smiles – their village is supported by Concern’s Livelihoods programme, empowering families to build a better, more secure future for themselves. Photo: Jennifer Nolan, Malawi, 2016.

Concern Summer Raffle 2018

Thank you to everyone who played the Concern Summer Raffle. Not only was it a chance for you to win great cash prizes, but it also helped save lives and build brighter futures.

2018 Raffle Prize Winners

Main Prize Draw Prize Name
1st Prize €4,000.00 William Fennelly
2nd Prize €2,000.00 Tomas Walsh
3rd Prize €500.00 Cian Ryan
Runner Up 1 €100.00 Anonymous
Runner Up 2 €100.00 Nuala Predendergast
Runner Up 3 €100.00 T Walsh
Runner Up 4 €100.00 Conor Hurley
Runner Up 5 €100.00 Tom Doyle
Super Sellers Draw Prize Name
Super Sellers 1st VIP Getaway Wineport Lodge  Mary Kelly
Super Sellers 2nd €200 Sunway Holiday Voucher Eddie Cody
Super Sellers 3rd Hamper - Anthony James Gill

Your help saves lives!

Yasmiin was just five years old when she was diagnosed with severe malnutrition. When we met her at Concern's nutrition clinic, she was shockingly thin and frail. Our community health workers wasted no time in admitting her into our nutrition programme, where she was given the emergency food she needed to help save her life. Today, she is not just out of danger, she is flourishing. 

Yasmiin, from Somalia, is flourishing after our team treated her for severe acute malnutrition. Photos: Kieran McConville, Somalia, 2017.

Contact us

If you have any questions you can call us on (01) 417 7777 or send us an email. You can find more information about the raffle terms and conditions here. By playing the Concern Summer raffle this year, you helped our teams on the ground reach more children like Yasmiin. 

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One ticket buys nine sachets of emergency food – which could start a child on the path to recovery from severe malnutrition.
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One book of tickets could help provide four weeks worth of emergency food, helping to save the life of a child.
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Two books of tickets could buy an eight week supply of emergency food, helping to return a child to full health.