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VIP RaffleYou could win £8,000 and help dying people

There's lots of prizes up for grabs in the VIP Raffle 2021. For just £1 a ticket you can be in with a chance of winning one of our amazing prizes and support Marie Curie Nurses at the same time.

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Prize Breakdown

The VIP Raffle 2021 has a fantastic array of prizes up for grabs. Buy your tickets today to be in with a chance of winning!

Win our top cash prize! The first prize winner will receive a cheque for £8,000

£1,000 Or a two-night spa break for two

£500 Or a personal chef experience in your own home

5 x £100 5 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 quite surprised but happy, I don’t really play expecting to win, but it is my way of helping a good cause.”

Miss Manning Won £100 - Summer Raffle 2020

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Every entry makes a difference Each ticket helps Marie Curie Nurses to care for people like Chris' Mum Joy

"Marie Curie supported us in every way, from making us a cup of tea to having a conversation and really listening to what we said. It’s a great skillset to be able to listen with compassion and care, it’s not an easy thing to do.

Having someone in the house to lean on for Mum’s practical care but also for her emotional care was just everything. Especially in the night where you felt more isolated in terms of medical support. It’s really comforting to have someone in the house alongside you."

In May, Joy passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family. Her story is featured here with Chris’ kind permission.