Mitre10 Mega Fills Trailer for Rotary Raffle

Posted Tuesday September 10, 2019
Home About Us News Mitre10 Mega Fills Trailer for Rotary Raffle
Yesterday the Rotary Club picked up this year's raffle trailer which had been packed up by the Mitre 10 Mega team with close to $20,000 worth of goods, including 2nd, 3rd and 4th prizes of outdoor furniture, a bbq and a lawnmower.

Every year the Dunedin South Rotary Club runs a trailer raffle raising funds for Otago Community Hospice, and Mitre 10 Mega is our key supporter for the event.  Pictured are

 Ginny Green, CEO Otago Community Hospice, Neil Finn-House CEO Mitre 10 Mega and Jo Morshius, President of Rotary Club of Dunedin South.

The trailer raffle, eagerly anticipated by the Dunedin community, is renowned for its fantastic prizes, with an incredible 16000 tickets on average sold across November and December. Ticket sales will kick off this year at The Home & Living Show at the Stadium on Nov 2nd and run through to 19th December, with the raffle draw on December 20th.

The money raised makes a significant impact on Otago Hospice's fundraising target of $2.5 million. The funds go directly into patient care via our Community Care teams which work throughout Dunedin City and the Otago region, providing specialist palliative care and supporting those people who are dying in Otago to live well and die well. For more info visit www.otagohospice.co.nz

Gallery

Related Articles

Farmers Hospice Campaign Starts Today in Dunedin and Oamaru Farmers Stores

Thursday November 19, 2020

The annual Farmers Hospice Campaign kicks off today, with Trees of Remembrance going up in Oamaru and Dunedin Farmers st...

Southern Trust Hospice Golf Tournament Tops $50k

Tuesday November 3, 2020

This year's Southern Trust Hospice Golf Tournament raised a magnificent $50,407 last Friday - the most this event has ev...

Pioneer Energy Dinner Club raises $15k for growing Central Otago Hospice Team

Thursday October 29, 2020

The second Central Otago Dinner Club, sponsored by Pioneer Energy and held at The Packing Shed on Friday night, raised $...