Luxury furniture and fittings worth £12,000 from a show home in Bangor could be yours thanks to Radius Housing which is running a raffle.
All proceeds raised through the sale of tickets, which are available for only £1, will go to the Northern Ireland Hospice and the Children’s Hospice.
It’s the perfect Christmas present for first-time buyers, anyone picking up keys to their new home or those wishing to complete a full house make over.
From sofas to a state-of-the-art flat screen television, from beds to luxury linens, it’s all up for grabs. The dining room table and chairs, armchairs, tables, side tables, two luxury double beds and a luxury single bed and a range of other furniture, fittings and household linens will be yours. All products are of the highest show home quality.
There is no limit on the number of tickets than you can purchase for the raffle.
Tickets are available until December 7 and the final raffle will take place on December 14 with the lucky winner being notified straight away.
Anita Conway, Director of Development at Radius Housing said all proceeds are going to an exceptional cause.
“We need everyone’s help to ensure this raffle will be a great success and that we can raise enough money to make a real difference to many people in the most challenging time of their lives. So please be generous and hopefully you will be the lucky winner,” she said.
Jonathan Lamberton, Corporate Engagement Executive at NI Hospice said they were absolutely thrilled to receive the gift of furniture for an entire house.
“At Northern Ireland Hospice we rely heavily on donations from our corporate partners and this is one of the most significant and unique we have ever received.
“With raffling of this prize we hope to generate significant income to help pay for nursing costs of caring for babies, children, young people and adults with life limiting conditions,” he added.
You can enter the raffle by visiting https://www.radiushousing.org/pages/256/furnish-your-house-for-1 or by visiting one of Radius Housing’s offices.