WIN IT YOUR WAY AUTUMN RAFFLE

Win £5,000 lump sum, or £500 for ten months. Which would you choose?

Imagine this: it's November 27th. You've just been told you're the £5,000 jackpot raffle prize winner! Would you go for a one-off £5,000 cheque? Or ten months of £500? Enter now for just £1 and you could be deciding!

PLUS! Many more prizes up for grabs, including 2nd prize of £1,000 and 3rd prize of £500! There are so many reasons to enter!

£250 Speed draw if you enter before Friday 18th September!

What are you waiting for? Enter now to be in our speed draw to win £250 - exclusively for those entering before Friday 18th September.

Every raffle ticket bought makes a difference.

Did you know last year our charity raffles helped raise over £75,000? That's enough to help answer 3,300 calls to our helpline, offering potentially lifesaving advice to the people who need it. This was been especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic, when the number of phone calls to our Helpline were nine times higher than normal.

By playing today you'll help support lifechanging and lifesaving work, helping us be there for everyone with asthma. So please, play today. Have the chance to win big. Save lives. Thank you.

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Every entry helps the cure to asthma get that little bit closer. Find out more about how you're making a difference

I cried and could not believe it! The money was so welcome!

Mrs Broadhurst, Lincolnshire, Autumn 2019 Raffle Winner

What would you do if you won £500, £1,000 or even our top £5,000 prizes? Get some ideas here!

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