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Mirror
Parents raffle £200k 3-bed family home for just £1 for heart-warming donation
My wife and I want to help disabled children experience as much joy as our little girl - that's why we're raffling off our family home, writes Adam Thwaites
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Sunderlandecho
Couple raffle their home for Grace House Christmas charity fundraiser
A couple are raffling their home in a bid to raise funds for a special piece of equipment to children facing difficulties.
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Viralnewsflare
Couple From South Shields Are Raffling Their Home For Grace House Charity
Adam and Liz Thwaite are raffling off their three-bedroom home as a prize for just £1 per ticket! They want to raise enough money to fund the wheelchair-accessible facility at Grace House in Sunderland. The aim is to donate £50,000 to the Grace House Charity where Liz works if they manage to sell all 200,000 […]
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Mirror
Three-bedroom flat worth £300,000 up for grabs for the price of a takeaway pizza
The apartment, which is located in Lucan, Dublin, is being raffled off with tickets costing about £14.50, with about 1,000 sold since the launch last week, say organisers
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DublinLive
Three-bedroom Dublin apartment up for grabs for 'the price of a takeaway pizza'
The apartment, located in Lucan, is being raffled off with tickets costing €17.50
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Irish Mirror
Irish couple's 'surreal' experience after bagging €1m home with €23 ticket
The young couple have had their "dream come true" after finally making it onto the property ladder for less than €100
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IrishCentral
"Oh my God, it's me" - Irish woman tells of life-changing moment she won an apartment
24-year-old Irish woman Caoimhe Murphy, who recently won an upmarket coastal apartment in County Wicklow in a raffle, described the moment that changed her life forever.Hosted by Alan and Ann Marie Sparks, the raffle raised €23,000 for the Ross Nugent Foundation.
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IrishCentral
"Oh my God, it's me" - Irish woman tells of life-changing moment she won an apartment
24-year-old Irish woman Caoimhe Murphy, who recently won an upmarket coastal apartment in County Wicklow in a raffle, described the moment that changed her life forever.Hosted by Alan and Ann Marie Sparks, the raffle raised €23,000 for the Ross Nugent Foundation.
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Manchester Evening News
Couple raffling off £250,000 Salford home for £2 a ticket
A £2 ticket could see a lucky winner bag the £250,000 three-bedroom house along with a VW Polo
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IrishCentral
Waterford man raffling his coastal home to raise money for defibrillators
A Waterford taxi driver is raffling off his home to help raise funds for 40 defibrillators which will be donated to sports clubs across Ireland.
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