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VIP RaffleThank you so much to all who helped to support Marie Curie Nurse during this time

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

20305 hours of care

See how your donations help

Win our fantastic jackpot The first prize winner will receive a cheque for a whopping £8,000

£1,000

£500

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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 or credit 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 or credit 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 so excited - I never win anything!””

June - Christmas Raffle winner 2019

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Every entry makes a difference Each £1 ticket helps Marie Curie nurses to give vital care and support to people like Jean

Alex’s partner Jean was a volunteer at the Marie Curie Hospice, Bradford. Sadly, she developed ovarian cancer and when the time came, Jean decided that she wanted to be cared for at the same hospice where she had spent many happy hours volunteering.

Alex was so inspired by the passion and kindness of the Marie Curie Nurses who looked after Jean that he decided that he would become a volunteer too, just like Jean had been.