Our Spring raffle is now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part. The winners list is now available Spring raffle winners Will download a resource(PDF 14KB)
Our next raffle will open in the Summer and tickets will be sent to Motability Supporters from 1 June 2015.
Our national raffles are one of our most popular fundraising initiatives, and with so many chances to win it is easy to see why!
Each year our raffles help to meet the cost of suitable vehicles and special adaptations needed to enable disabled people to enjoy the freedom of mobility, just like Kathleen whose story you can read about below.
Find out more information about who we help .
The raffle tickets cost just £1 each and are available in books of 10, but you do not have to sell or buy them all. We are grateful for any amount purchased as every ticket will help more disabled people become mobile.
If you want to take part in our raffles and do not usually receive a pack, or have any further questions in connection with our fundraising, please contact Supporter Care on 0300 123 1875 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgOpens email client
How Motability helped Kathleen
Kathleen says, “My arthritis began in the 1990s and I have had many years with ongoing severe pain.” She approached Motability for help and we arranged a Charitable Grant towards the advance payment for a Citroen Berlingo and a fitted wheelchair hoist. Kathleen's car now has the space to accommodate her husband’s wheelchair, a scooter for her, as well as a walking frame.
Kathleen’s real passion is her voluntary work with a local silver band and she says, “Despite the difficulties my disability brings, I try to live life to the full as much as possible and I am so pleased I can continue my hobby as secretary of the Elland Silver Band; working with our young members brings me great pleasure. Having a car that meets my needs makes life a lot easier. It also means we can visit our children whenever we want and we’re both looking forward to taking trips to our favourite places this Spring, like Blackpool and Pately Bridge and the Dales. I’m having a knee replacement in January and it’s no exaggeration to say that my car is my legs!”
Congratulations to all the winners of the Spring 2015 raffle.
Spring 2015 raffle winners Will download a resource(PDF 14KB)
If you would prefer to receive copy of the winners list by post or would like to receive a raffle pack, please contact Supporter Care on 0300 123 1875 or email email@example.comOpens email client
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