Great Ormond Street – Charity Raffle

Sav Kyriakou MBE is the Regional Chairman of the International Police Association 9 Region area (Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, BTP and North London branches). Recognised for his charity work his quest to raise money for those less fortunate continues.

Sav writes:

As you know I do lots of fundraising for military charities but a colleague was explaining that the ward his 4 years old son attends (he’s battling his second cancer)😓 lacks toys and games for the children.

Dan explained that not enough of the monies raised are given directly to those that need it as too much is swallowed by administration.

This got me thinking as how I could help raising money to directly support the children’s wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College Hospital and others.

To do this I have a signed Arsenal Football club shirt from the 15/16 season that was given to me for charity and I would like to raffle it off.

I know that most people don’t admit to being an Arsenal fan, but I’m sure you have family, friends or colleagues that might secretly be a fan?

This might just be the perfect Christmas present for them, or indeed the best secret Santa gift for a colleague? Alternatively if you win you could easily make your money back and a few pennies more by selling it on.

The raffle tickets cost £5 each and I really would like to sell at least 200, so please feel free to advertise and share this far and wide.

In order to be in with a chance to win, send an email to me at Sav.kyriakou@hotmail.com and you’ll get an automated response on what to do next.

The draw will take place on the 20th of December via a random number generator to pick the winner and your prize will be posted thereafter.
I hope you can support this endeavour, and please do share it to generate maximum interest (you’ll need to save the post copy and repost it please).

Kind Regards

Sav

Arsenal Shirt

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