Saving Lives with the “I Love Life” Raffle

by ticketprinting on October 9, 2013

Heart Research Australia Holds Major Raffle

By raising funds for the crucial research into better treatment for and the prevention of heart disease, Heart Research Australia’s main goal is to fight against the devastating effects that heart disease and other similar medical conditions have on the Australian community. This charitable organisation in particular relies solely on community and corporate donations.

They focus on providing seed money for cardiac researchers to look into new areas and technologies.

The intent is to help the researchers receive grants from the likes of the National Health and Medical Research Council and other national organisations by making their work more competitive.

One of the key ways this charity is able to raise funds is through their I Love Life Raffle, which is set to draw a winner on 4 October 2013.

Is Your Organisation Charitable?

You probably already know this, but to host a legal raffle in Australia, you must be part of a charitable organisation of some sort. For example, let’s take a look at Heart Research Australia.

The current research they are funding is helping to repair injured heart muscles with stem cells, improve heart function in premature babies, and locate triggers of heart attacks, just to name a few.

In addition, Heart Research Australia funds:

  • The North Shore Cardiovascular Education Centre, offering rehabilitation and education for patients of heart disease and other conditions
  • Multiple heart research scholarships
  • Specialist research equipment and support staff

How to Host a Winning Raffle

The first prize for the I Love Life Raffle is $15,000 in gold bullion. Yes, you read that right. $15,000! The second prize is $5,000, and ticket prices start at only three for $15. The best part: the more tickets you buy, the cheaper they get! Talk about a great way to encourage bulk ticket sales.

Let Heart Research Australia’s raffle be an example for your own raffle or fundraiser. Help make a positive difference in your local community and motivate others to help inspire change in the area you care about the most.

You can contact this particular charity directly for your very own fundraising kit if you’re interested in helping them raise money for heart research.

The kit includes: ideas for fundraising, tips on how to get started, fundraising responsibilities, contact details and a list of other ways to contribute. Good luck fundraisers!

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