Rotary Club Dunedin Souths Christmas Trailer Raffle NOW ON SALE
The Annual Christmas Trailer Raffle, run by the Rotary Club of Dunedin South and supported by Mitre 10 Mega Dunedin, is now out and about raising funds for Otago Community Hospice.
With a fantastic bounty of prizes, the trailer raffle is a community favourite.
Prizes, supported by Mitre 10 Mega’s Helping Hands initiative, include:
1st Prize: A Cruiser 7x4 trailers packed with summer time goods
2nd Prize: A corner sofa with coffee table
3rd Prize: BBQ Force 2 burner
4th Prize: Ego cordless lawnmower
This is the third year that Mitre 10 Mega Dunedin and their supplier community have come on board as major supporters of the trailer raffle, contributing over $11,000 worth of products for the raffle prizes.
Trailer raffle tickets are now being sold with a full timetable travelling around Dunedin’s key supermarkets and Mitre 10 Mega throughout December.
Wendy Bowman, President of Rotary Club of Dunedin South, says the team of 100s of volunteers are excited to be back selling tickets seven days a week up until the 20th December, with the draw on Monday 21st December.
“The Christmas Trailer Raffle is a firm favourite with terrific prizes and the draw happening right before the holidays. We are very grateful to Mitre 10 Mega Dunedin for once again supporting us, and the great cause that is Otago Community Hospice.”
Neil Finn-House Group CEO Mitre 10 Mega Dunedin says his team loves to be able to give back to and assist a vital service in the community, and enjoys the strong connections it has with the Hospice.
The raffle is a significant fundraiser for Hospice and this year organisers are expecting to raise well over $20,000 for the local service. The money raised will go directly into patient care via Community Care teams which work throughout Dunedin City and the Otago region.
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