Concern Summer Raffle

7,000 worth of prizes up for grabs

Concern Summer Raffle
7,000 worth of prizes up for grabs

By joining the Concern Summer Raffle today you could be in with a chance of winning €7,000 worth of cash prizes and much more. 

Could today be your lucky day?

Every ticket sold will help save the lives of children living in extreme poverty.

One raffle ticket is only €3 and could start a child on the path to recovery from severe malnutrition, but a book of €30 could change their life forever.

This is why we say every ticket is a winning ticket.

How it works

It’s simple, the more tickets you sell, the more vulnerable families you’ll help and the more chances you’ll have to win one of our fantastic prizes at our draw on September 20th.

Have a look at the form below to order your own raffle tickets! 

The raffle really does change lives

Because so many generous people like you entered our Summer Raffle in 2018, we raised an amazing €210,249. With this total, we were able to help over 28,000 children who were severely malnourished in Somalia, children like Nala.

Nala fought to survive each day after being displaced by conflict. Her mother Hani struggled to find food for her family leaving Nala so hungry she could barely move. When Hani arrived at our nutrition centre, Nala was dangerously close to losing her life to hunger.

Thanks to the kindness of Concern supporters who played the Raffle last year, Nala was given the emergency therapeutic food she needed and is now on the road to recovery.

We know that Nala is just one of many malnourished children that we urgently need to reach and we need your help to reach them.

Before and after photo of Nala. Photo: Concern Worldwide.
Before and after photo of Nala. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

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