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Great Daffodil RaffleYou could win £10,000 and help dying people

A big thanks to you all! You have raised enough money to pay for

24850 hours of care

See how your donations help

£10,000 Or all your household bills paid for a year



160 runner-up prizes

What is the Marie Curie Raffle?

Tickets cost only £1 each and can be bought in books of 30, 20, 15, 10 and 5. Each ticket bought will help raise vital funds for Marie Curie Nurses.

You can play online with a debit card and be entered into our draw immediately. Entrants must be over 18. It only takes a few moments and it's easy as one, two, three!

1. Simply choose how many raffle tickets you want at £1 each.

2. Enter your details - we need to know who to contact if you win.

3. Pay by debit card.

To play, remember you must be over 18. Read our full Terms & Conditions

Choose how many tickets you’d like to buy

Buy your tickets

We'll get in touch if you win!

“I was most surprised! I thought it was just a thank you from Marie Curie”

Mrs Smith - Won £250 in the Daffodil Raffle 2020

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Every entry makes a difference Each £1 ticket helps Marie Curie Nurses like Judy to give vital care and support

"Our team of nurses all work independently, caring for people in their own home. Our patients’ families are living with the fact that they may not have much time left to be together. Every day, every night is precious. And as Marie Curie Nurses, we have the privilege of sharing some of that time with them.

Before becoming a Marie Curie Nurse, I had been a general practice nurse. However, I was only allocated 15 minutes with each patient and I just didn’t feel it was long enough. But as a Marie Curie Nurse, I now have the luxury of time, whether it be day or night shifts. No boxes to tick, no targets to meet, just time to do anything I can to help my patients and their families make the most of the time they have left together.”