There are just a few days left to be in with a chance of winning a Bentley whilst supporting St Richard’s Hospice.
The Worcestershire charity is involved in a campaign with the Care2Save Charitable Trust and luxury car manufacturers Bentley Motors who have teamed up to launch an fundraising initiative called Bentley by Me.
St Richard’s is encouraging local people to donate for their chance to win and in turn raise money for local patient care.
The Bentley by Me campaign is unique; for every individual donation pledged, the donor will be entered into a prize draw to win a brand new Bentley Continental GT V8, and the winner will be able to choose from a range of colours and interior variations, ensuring that this will truly be the Bentley of their dreams.
With a choice of donation amounts starting from just £1 it is an opportunity for people to make life changing differences to those who need unconditional care, comfort and love as they face the day-to-day challenges of life-limiting and terminal illness. The prize draw will be held on 30th September but tickets need to be entered by 14th August.
Andrea Ladeira, CEO of The Care2Save Charitable Trust said, “Through the Bentley by Me campaign and the generous support of people who enter, we have the opportunity to raise significant funds which will be able to improve palliative care for those who are in desperate need of it.
“People often think that their donation won’t make much of a difference, but this really isn’t the case. At St Richard’s, for example, the cost of an hour’s care from a Hospice at Home Healthcare Assistant is £11.02 and will help local patients achieve the best possible quality of life.
For every £1 you donate through http://www.strichards.org.uk/raise-funds/win-a-bentley 50p will support local care and the remaining 50p will be donated to Care2Save to help the charity achieve their goal of transforming palliative care in the UK and around the world.
Enter online or contact the St Richard’s Fundraising team on 01905 763963 for printed tickets.
Caption: Charlie Homer and Jayne Sargeant of St Richard’s Hospice promoting the Bentley prize draw