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Carrick mother raffles apartment to raise funds for son's cancer treatment abroad
A Carrick mother is hoping to raise further funds to continue experimental treatment for her 18 year old son who was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive brain tumour, by raffling an apartment on the Newry Road donated to her by her best friend in an incredible act of generosity. In February t...
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independent
Louth man raffles his Dundalk home for best friend’s son to get life saving treatment in US
The mum of an 18-year-old boy currently battling stage 4 brain stem cancer said she was “overwhelmed by the generosity” of a friend who is raffling his Dundalk apartment to help fund her son’s life saving treatment in the US.
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The Irish Sun
Inside three-floor Dublin house worth €400k that could be yours for just €23
A THREE-FLOOR Dublin house worth over €400,000 could be yours for just €23 – as it’s raffled off for an animal charity. My Lovely Horse Animal Rescue are an animal welfare organisation …
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IrishCentral.com
Win a Dublin townhouse and support an Irish animal rescue
An Irish animal rescue is raffling off a three-bedroom Dublin townhouse to raise badly needed funds for stables and shelters.
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The Sun
Inside house raffles - can you REALLY win a £3million house from a £2 ticket?
HOUSE raffles have boomed in popularity – but can you really win a £3million house from a £2 ticket? The answer is yes. But the chances of winning are very slim. We take a look inside the wor…
Irish Mirror
Stunning Irish home worth €1.5 million could be yours for the price of just €60
The winner will become a millionaire overnight by receiving the fully furnished property worth more than €1.1 million
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YorkshireLive
Family who won house for £2 set to raffle it off again with car thrown in
Claire Reynolds, 35 and Ben Binks, 36 are hoping to sell the dream home they won just two years ago to fund a move to Spain that could improve their son's health
shropshirestar.com
Family set for 14-mile charity trek to Shrewsbury Town game in memory of superfan dad
Two families will step out in style as they trek 14 miles on foot to a Shrewsbury Town match in memory of a superfan who died.
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Press and Journal
First-ever Caley Thistle title winners' medal put up for auction by star Paul Cherry to score funds for Ukrainian kids
Orphaned Ukrainian children will benefit from a kind-hearted gesture by a former Caley Thistle star - who is putting a prized medal in an online raffle.
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Daily Record
Paul Cherry raffles 1989-90 St Johnstone winners' medal to help Ukrainian kids
The fans' favourite hopes to raise as much cash as possible for the Dnipro Kids charity
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