Win £500 in our Charity Raffle!
Summer’s nearly here, lockdown restrictions are easing and you could be celebrating with a whopping £500 to spend! So if you’re feeling lucky, buy a ticket for the My Sight Notts charity raffle and increase the feel-good factor by helping create a brighter future for local blind people – it’s a win-win all round!
Tickets just £1
Tickets cost £1 each or £5 a book and are available from Len and Di Jackson who have kindly personally donated the first prize of £500! Other prizes include a second prize of £200 plus lots of other exciting prizes.
Help us raise a smile
Watch Len Jackson’s short video:
Len said: “It’s been a difficult year for so many people, but things are looking up and we wanted to do something positive to help raise a smile across Notts. My Sight Notts (formerly NRSB) is a charity close to my heart. My wife Di and I have been supporting the work of this wonderful local charity for many years. Both my parents were blind and I know from firsthand experience how challenging life can be for visually impaired people, especially during the pandemic. Even more local blind people are isolated at home and afraid to venture out because social distancing is almost impossible if you can’t see the people around you. My Sight Notts is committed to helping local visually impaired people successfully navigate the new normal as lockdown ends. The charity needs funds to recruit and train a team of volunteer tech befrienders to help blind people use new technologies to get online and stay connected.”
Buy your tickets
Proceeds in aid of My Sight Notts
All proceeds from the raffle are in aid of local sight loss charity, My Sight Notts (formerly NRSB) of which Len Jackson is the President. The charity was founded in 1843 and is believed to be the county’s oldest charity, offering advice and support to thousands of blind and partially sighted children and adults and their families for more than 175 years. By buying raffle tickets you will make a difference to the lives of many blind and partially sighted people across Nottinghamshire.