FCN 100 Club launch

June 17, 2016

For the last 5 years FACE have been raising money to open a 'Chill-out room' for young people with cancer in St Georges - but there is still a £1500 shortfall in funds.

 

This year, to boost the campaign FCN - Furzedown Community Network - have combined forces with FACE to bring you Furzedown’s very own 100 Club. We aim to sell 100 tickets at just £2 per month and run the scheme initially for one year.

 

Three winning tickets will be drawn at the FCN monthly committee meeting. First prize is £50, second is £25 and third is £10; winners will be announced on the chat group.

 

As there are no admin fees so all profits go directly to the ‘chill out room’ fund.

 

If you would be interested in buying a ticket (or two) please email furzedown100club@gmail.com to register your interest. Or come and sign up at either the FACE or FCN stall at the Big Day Out on June 18th. Once all numbers are sold and paid for we will start the draw.

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