The Arthritis Ireland National Raffle 2009

Raffle Poster LR jpegWe will be once again hosting our annual National Raffle from August to November of this year in support of Arthritis Ireland’s educational and support services. By selling just 2 books of raffle tickets, not only are you in with a chance to win some fantastic prizes but you can make a real difference to the lives of 1 in 6 people in Ireland living with arthritis.

Each book contains 15 tickets at €2 each or €25 for the complete book.

The final draw will take place on November 24th 2009 so be sure to send your ticket stubs, cheques/postal orders (made payable to Arthritis Ireland) to FREEPOST, Arthritis Ireland before November 20th 2009.

If you have any questions at all, or would like to request more tickets, please do not hesitate to call 01 6470209 or email fundraising@arthritisireland.ie.

Read More: http://www.arthritisireland.ie/news/newsItem.php?id=58.

Arthritis Ireland LogoArthritis Ireland, Ireland’s only arthritis charity enabling people with arthritis to take their lives back. We provide real solutions. We empower people with arthritis and those caring for them to take positive actions to manage the effects of their disease on their lives.

We dramatically improve the quality of life of people affected with arthritis through the provision of innovative and life changing education and support programmes which are specially designed to give people with arthritis the information and skills they need to take back control of their disease and their life.

Arthritis Ireland Website: http://www.arthritisireland.ie.
Arthritis Ireland Blog: http://arthritisireland.blogspot.com/.

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