Twelve lucky people will win fantastic prizes, including luxury hotel stays, fine dining experiences and adventure days, courtesy of the Children’s Heartbeat Trust.
The charity is bringing festive cheer with its 12 days of competition giveaways.
The funds raised through this initiative will go toward the work of the Children’s Heartbeat Trust in supporting little ones born with congenital heart disease and their families.
The first prize will be drawn on Monday, December 10 with a new winner every day up to December 21.
The daily draws open from 9am and to enter simply text JINGLE to 84902 each day and make a donation of £3.
This week only there is a special early bird incentive, where you can be entered for each of the 12 days for a one off optional donation of £10.
To avail of this early bird offer, text CHRISTMAS to 84902 before December 10.
Launching the 12 Days of Christmas giveaway, Fundraising Officer for Children’s Heartbeat Trust, Gareth McGreevy, said Christmas is a time when everyone can demonstrate generosity.
He added that the charity was thankful to the businesses and organisations who have donated prizes.
Entrants can be in with a chance of winning an overnight stay in The Slieve Donard Resort and Spa, anDream Apartments penthouse stay, a tasting menu for four in Ox with accompanying wines, paintballing experience for 25 people worth £500, a teeth whitening experience with 15 Dental worth £300, a Sleepy Sunday experience at the Killyhevlin Hotel, concert tickets, vouchers and luxury hampers.
Children’s Heartbeat Trust supports children and young people living with congenital heart disease and their families in Northern Ireland. Heart disease is the most common birth defect in Northern Ireland with over 200 babies born every year with heart disease. The charity relies on the generosity of public donations to maintain its current family support services.
You can check the big reveal of each day’s prize on the charity’s social media channels on Facebook and twitter.
A full list of prizes, terms and conditions and further information on the Children’s Heartbeat Trust can be found at www.childrensheartbeattrust.org.