Charitable Causes

We will be donating 10% of all funds raised to charitable causes
Freddy Vallender

We will be donating £12,500 to the NAS on successfully reaching our target or one third of 10% of funds raised if we do not meet our target​.

Freddy


This is Freddy Vallender, from Somerset, UK. Freddy has an extremely rare heart condition.

His parents are trying to raise the money to pay for surgery in the United States. Freddy is one of only seven children in the UK to suffer with a cardiac tumour, which causes dangerous heart arrhythmias which make his heart beat in excess of 200 beats per minute and could lead to sudden death by him going into cardiac arrest.

Freddy is now four and has been battling this horrible condition since his first cardiac arrest at four months old. He has already had three heart surgeries and has a defibrillator planted in his tummy. The only long term solution for Freddy is to have the fibroma removed by surgery, which is not available in the UK. His parents are hoping to raise £100,000 so that he can have this operation at the Boston Children's Hospital.

Joe has known Andy, Freddy's father, for over 20 years and on hearing of Freddy's condition we wanted to do something to help. We will donate £15,000 to his appeal fund on successfully reaching our target or one third of 10% of funds raised if we do not meet our target.

 

Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them. This charitable organisation supports individuals with autism in all walks of life and campaigns for understanding and acceptance of the condition. Fiona has worked for the NAS for 10 years supporting adults with autism.


Statement


If we sell all 200,000 tickets in this prize draw we will pay £12,500 or (if fewer tickets are sold) one third of 10% of the gross funds raised by the sale of tickets to Autism UK Limited which covenants all its taxable profits to The National Autistic Society, a charity registered in England (CR269425) and in Scotland (SC039427).

The RSPCA


The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is the oldest animal welfare charity in the world. The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of all animals.

Statement


If we sell all 200,000 tickets in this prize draw we will pay £12,500 or (if fewer tickets are sold) one third of 10% of the gross funds raised by the sale of tickets to The RSPCA which covenants all its taxable profits to The RSPCA.

The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of all animals. Registered Charity no. 219099


So, you not only stand a good chance of owning a wonderful villa in Cyprus, you are supporting three very worthwhile causes.

All for just £2 a ticket. Please share this on all social media to help us reach our target.