Our new look raffle is opening soon! Don’t worry, if you are a subscriber to the raffle, you will receive a letter with your numbers very soon.
WA PCYC runs three fundraising raffles per year, selling ‘lucky numbers’ via telephone. First prize is $20,000, second prize is $3,000 and there are also three third prizes of $1,000.
Please visit this page again soon for the chance to share in over $26,000 worth of CASH prizes and contribute to the delivery of programs and recreational activities to youth at risk and the Western Australian community.
The date of draw for Raffle Number 24 is Friday 16 November 2018 at 3pm.
Some things to know about Raffle 24:
The close date to get your tickets is midnight Thursday 15 November 2018.
Our raffles are conducted under a permit from the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor
Our current permit number is LS211750518
To check the validity of our fundraising raffle please call WA PCYC on 9277 4388 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
The sales process of our raffles is to secure ‘lucky numbers’ through purchases via the phone
Payment options include credit card over the phone, or BPAY, cheque, money order or credit card via an invoice
If you have an invoice or wish to pay for your lucky numbers, please call WA PCYC on 9277 4388 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Once payment is received, your lucky numbers are then activated into the draw. One lucky number is issued for every $2 spent
Results to be published in the West Australian on Wednesday 21 November 2018
All winners will be notified by phone or in writing if unable to be contacted by phone.
The funds we raise through our raffles enable us to continue to deliver life-changing programs to youth-at-risk, giving them the opportunity for a brighter future.
Privacy and Complaints – notice to valued supporters
We take your privacy seriously and value your support for the work that PCYC do in Western Australia.
Please note that there are currently nooutbound calls being made for Raffles on behalf of PCYC. This notice will be updated when that changes. It is anticipated invitations to participate in C24 will begin shortly.
If you have previously supported PCYC Children’s Festival programs, we thank you. Calls are still being made on behalf of these events. If you wish to sponsor a child need or youth at risk to attend events in Perth and Kalgoorlie in 2018, please visit the Children’s Festival page for more information.
If you have any concerns regarding the raffle, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you within two working days. If it is urgent, please call WA PCYC on 9277 4388 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
Recent Raffle Results
Date of Draw: 20th July 2018 (Permit Number LS211238618)
1st Prize $20,000 CASH: Ticket Number 335211
2nd Prize $3,000 CASH: Ticket Number 501058
3rd Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 375129
4th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 286949
5th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 401055
All winners have been notified. Results published in The West Australian on Wednesday 25th July 2018
Date of Draw: 16th March 2018 (Permit Number LS210730417)
1st Prize $20,000 CASH: Ticket Number 197173
2nd Prize $3,000 CASH: Ticket Number 176844
3rd Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 466066
4th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 283912
5th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 65447
All winners have been notified. Results published in The West Australian on Wednesday 21st March 2018
Date of Draw: 10th November 2017 (Permit Number LS210248817)
1st Prize $20,000 CASH: Ticket Number 365288
2nd Prize $3,000 CASH: Ticket Number 422517
3rd Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 263694
4th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 447960
5th Prize $1,000 CASH: Ticket Number 119845
All winners have been notified. Results published in The West Australian on Wednesday 15th November 2017
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