This year we are pleased to announce we are hosting our first ever online raffle and incredible auction as our Christmas fundraiser.
This Christmas we are raising funds for Rainbows Nursery. We continually need to raise funds for Rainbows to enable us to offer the children and their families the package of support they require. We need funds for specialist equipment, sensory toys and to provide therapy sessions that will help enable the children to reach their full potential.
Our target is to raise £5000.
We are excited to offer you some stupendous prizes, so why not enter and be in with a chance to win?
The Bumper Christmas Hamper Raffle – We have three luxury, prize hampers that would be a great addition to anyone’s Christmas Day, full of Christmas fare and products to pamper yourself with, plus a case of 12 exclusive bottles of wine from Naked Wines.
The Amazing Antibes Villa Auction – Experience the life of film star! One week’s stay in October 2021 in a jaw-dropping 6 bedroom, sea view, villa in Antibes. 12km from Cannes with private swimming pool, gym, sauna, garage and private gardens.
The lucky winners will be announced on Thursday December 10th and will be contacted by email. We will also be announcing the winners that afternoon at our ZOOM Christmas Carol get together, part of our Learning Disability Network TV programme (more details to follow)
I’m sure you will agree there are some fantastic prizes on offer, so please share the links with all your friends and family and lets hope there are some winners amongst you!
We would like to thank: Baylis and Harding, Buyagift.co.uk, Hampergifts.co.uk, HFMC Wealth, Lush South Molton, Street, Naked Wines, SA Law, Simon Jarrett, Toni Heath
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