Herts Inclusive Theatre ran several raffles this Easter to win a luxury Easter egg or bag of Easter goodies, in order to raise some funds for the charity.
100's Boards were placed in a few pubs in and around the Watford area and at Salon 41. Customers paid £1 to pick a number between 1 and 100, or more if they wanted to increase their chance of winning! HIT would like to very much thank Darren Seabrook and The Badger, Garston, Deb and The Unicorn, Abbots Langley, Michael Duffy and The Three Crowns, Bushey Heath and Richard Bradshaw Williams and The Horse & Chains, Bushey and Nikki Chatterpaul at Salon 41 for their efforts and donations.
The winners of Easter eggs were:
|The Badger - Richard Eames #43|
|The Unicorn – Andy Creamer #40|
The Three Crowns – Colin #66
The Horse & Chains – Tristan Crampton #34
Salon 41 – Tricia #49
There was also and online raffle with Make-a-Donation. The winners of Easter eggs were – Katie Phillips (right) and Claire Morrissey.
The Easter bags of goodies were raffled online and at a local toddler group, won by Jodie Kloss, at John Lewis, won by a local family and a third at Watford Hospital.
"I'm delighted to say that we have raised over £600 so far with our Easter campaign", said Caroline Stevens, Artistic Director. "I'd like to say a personal thank you to everyone for supporting our charity and the prize donators; Jessica and Steve Pappas and Seven
Degrees Marketing Services, but also to those that took part and donated. It is fantastic that people are supporting a local community charity like ours."