East Lancashire Hospice has teamed up with a Michelin star restaurant to offer an impressive selection of prizes as part of a corporate challenge to raise thousands for the charity.
Northcote is donating prizes worth £1,000 which can be won by anyone purchasing a raffle ticket for £10.
All funds will go to the hospice.
Prizes include a table for two on the first night of food festival Obsession next year, an evening with Lisa Goodwin-Allen on Friday, January 20, 2023, a Louis Roederer Collection 242 champagne and canape reception, a Lisa’s Obsession23 five-course menu.
Also up for grabs is a specially selected wine flight and an overnight stay in one of Northcote’s deluxe rooms.
The draw will take place at 1pm on Wednesday, August 31 and the lucky winner will be contacted directly by Northcote.
East Lancashire Hospice provides much needed services to the people of Blackburn with Darwen, Hyndburn, and the Ribble Valley.
Head of fundraising and marketing at East Lancashire Hospice, Leanne Green, said: “Our services support those with life limiting illnesses.
"This care can take place in the community, where Hospice at Home and our clinical services provide care within the hospice, where CaST (Creative and Support Therapy) offer a reprieve, or with our counselling services and of course our inpatient unit.
“But these services are only partially funded. As an independent charity, the rest must be raised within the community.
“It costs £4m to maintain our services this year; that is £11,000 a day.
"It is thanks to members of the East Lancashire Hospice Corporate Challenge, such as Northcote, that we can go some way to raise these much-needed funds.
“The raffle, offering the chance to win the first tickets issued for Obsession23 at Northcote, has already raised over £13,000, an astounding amount for which the hospice is truly thankful.
"Every penny of every ticket goes directly to the hospice.
"And Obsession23 really is a fantastic prize to win.”
You can buy your raffle tickets directly from East Lancashire Hospice by clicking here