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Blog Giveaways 100% Charity Raffle: Win a Louis Vuitton Handbag

100% Charity Raffle: Win a Louis Vuitton Handbag

by Chris | Charity, Giveaways

PMP Rule #1: Gambling is bad. Well, except when 100% of the proceeds go to charity. So, if you’ve got a spare fiver and want to win a designer handbag. Read on.

Our friends have launched Odurn, a luxury fashion paid-for (gambling) raffle site offering a variety of fashion prizes, with guaranteed winners for every competition. They have teamed up with Oasis UK, a charity tackling food poverty in the UK, to devise a raffle that we couldn’t say No to.

They’re giving away a Louis Vuitton NéoNoé (whatever that is), which is worth £1,500. They assure me that this is a good prize. The winner will be able to choose the colour and material when they are announced.

Oasis works in 36 communities across the UK helping low-income families by providing nutritious free meals; youth activities; kids clubs and support with catch-up learning due to the COVID-19 school lockdown. COVID-19 has highlighted inequality that existed long before lockdown and has exasperated it further. A £5 donation provides a much-needed meal for two children.

The raffle is limited to 1,095 entries and the winner will be announced when all tickets are sold, or Thursday 31st of December 4pm at the latest. Tickets cost £5, and ALL of that goes to the charity.

DISCLAIMER: Odurn have kindly agreed to support Oasis with this raffle by donating their raffle platform for free and helping advertise the raffle to their customers. However, they will get in touch with participants sometime in the future to try to convince you to join Odurn’s normal service. I wouldn’t advise it, because it is gambling. However, you’re a grown-up so I’ll leave that to you.

Good luck!

Chris 🙂