Raffles for Remedy First Raffle Draw
Raffles for Remedy is all about raising funds by raffling awesome prizes.
We know our raffle tickets are not the cheapest BUT we can offer you AMAZING ODDS, so you’re actually getting more value for your money with a GREATER chance of winning. Give up one thing, like a Sunday breakfast, one dinner, couple of bottles of wine and think about paying it forward to those who really need a helping hand.
Our first raffle draw…
4 Lucky winners will WIN their Rent or Mortgage paid for the whole year 2020 (up to the value of $50,000 AUD).
We are proud to have Scott Whatman local Artist Singer, guitarist for The Accidents who performs at corporate functions all over Australia and internationally confirmed and committed to HOST our first Lottery draw on the 28 February 2020 at Southport Sharks 12.00 noon. Everyone is welcome to attend.
There is so much we want to do…
These are a handful of examples of charities we will be supporting just for starters, Share the Dignity, Friends of the Hound, Walk With Us and Sea Shepherd. Aussie farmers are our passion and helping those who are really doing it tough.
We invite you to check us out…
Who is Raffles for Remedy…
Raffles for Remedy was officially launched on 18th January 2020.
Our team have a long history of supporting people in need and protecting our long-suffering natural environment. So, we came together as a group, to pool our varied skills, resources, contacts and experience, to increase our impact for the many worthwhile causes close to our hearts, that we wish to support.
Who we will support…
There are already so many wonderful charities serving many, very deserving causes, and the truth is the world doesn’t need another. From our collective experience we know that big or small… the common challenge they face is lack of consistent funding to really make a difference. ….To start that new program, to buy that new asset, expand their services, their reach, their impact!
This is especially true for the smaller organisations: run by volunteers, they offer their homes and their time, fuelled by love and always struggling to make ends meet. These people are our hero’s, providing critical services to the wider community and the environment. Many of these small honourable charities receive little or no external funding and are solely run on Donations.