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Enter our raffle

Your chance to win cash prizes in our Christmas raffle!

Our Christmas raffle is now open with over 30 great prizes to be won!

Every ticket you buy or sell really does make a difference to people’s lives. It’s thanks to supporters like you, we are able to train 400,000 people in first aid skills every year. This is an amazing achievement and shows the wonderful things you can make happen by playing our raffle.

  • • 1st prize - £3000
  • • 2nd prize - £500
  • • 3rd prize - First aid workplace training course worth £350
  • • 20 runner-up prizes of a first aid kit

Each raffle ticket costs just £1 and come in books of 10 tickets. To order your raffle tickets call us on 01628 821987 or email

Have I won?

The Christmas raffle closes on 12 December 2016 and tickets will be drawn on 19 December 2016. We will be in touch with the lucky winners straight after the draw with the good news.

How playing our raffle helps

  • • £12 – pays for 200 first aid guides, providing essential advice on how to treat five common first aid emergencies
  • • £40 – pays for one hour of first aid training from someone in the community
  • • £120 – pays for one of our trainers to teach first aid to a classroom of 32 students, giving them vital skills that will stay with them for a lifetime
  • • £1,000 – pays for an AED, which can restart someone’s heart following cardiac arrest

Important information

Please note: Tickets are not for sale to or by anyone under 16 years of age. Please read our full list of raffle rules.

Our raffle is licensed by the Gambling Commission.

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