Play today, and you could win a whopping £5,000 this Christmas.
What would make your Christmas extra fabulous?
Maybe it’s a shopping spree to spoil your loved ones, splurging on an exciting winter holiday to escape the cold, or maybe just stay at home and throw a lavish festive feast?
By playing our Superdraw, you’ll also be helping to fund vital research as well as providing a lifeline to families. You could make wishes come true for children like Jenson who have hearing loss.
His mum, Athena, told us, “When I first found out that Jensen had severe hearing loss, I cried a lot. Since then we’ve had a whirlwind of appointments, but thankfully Action on Hearing Loss have been very useful. I’ve organised fundraising events to raise awareness and to help fund research that could lead to treatments to restore hearing for Jenson and anyone who needs them. It’s my Christmas wish that every child gets the best possible support and technology available.”
Entering is easy, simply click the ‘play now’ button and you could be a winner, and feel proud to know that you’re supporting Action on Hearing Loss to be there for families like Athena’s.
The draw date is 21 December, don’t forget to put it in the calendar.
All proceeds go to Action on Hearing Loss.
Players must be 16 years old or over. No prizes will be paid to anyone under 16 years of age. Underage gambling is an offence.
Please see our full Terms and Conditions. Licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission. Licence 4676.
Promoter: Action on Hearing Loss is the trading name of The Royal National Institute for Deaf People, a registered charity in England and Wales (207720) and Scotland (SC038926).
Responsible person: David Steadman, Action on Hearing Loss, 1-3 Highbury Station Rd, London, N1 1SE.
Late entries will be treated as a donation. Prize Winners will be automatically notified.
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