RJ9 Raffle: now closed

Our Raúl Jiménez themed raffle (in association with Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club) raised a staggering £8,800.00 in support of our four nominated charities: Cure Leukaemia, YWCA Black Country, Race Against Blood Cancer and Good Shepherd Ministry Wolverhampton. Congratulations to all the winners, and a big thanks to all those who entered. Your participation makes a huge difference to the lives of people and communities supported by each of the four charities.

How to enter (raffle now closed)

Click ‘Enter The Raffle’ and make a minimum donation of £2 or more. Each £2 donated will represent one ticket, for example, a £10 donation buys you 5 tickets/opportunities to win. Do not make this donation anonymously. We will not be able to contact you in the event you win. Donations made anonymously will not be refunded and will not be entered into the raffle. Please provide your full name, together with your location and postcode to ensure that we can easily identify you if you are successful, in case we get more than one ‘John Smith’ for example. GOOD LUCK…

Key dates

The ‘RJ9 Raffle’ launches on Thursday 21 March 2019 at 4pm and closes on Wednesday 10th April 2019 at 10pm. Donations made after this time will not be refunded and will not be included in the raffle. The draw for the raffle will be made via Facebook Live Louise Cobbold Art page on Sunday 14th April at 9pm.

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This is a fantastic opportunity for all Wolves’ fans to own one of Louise’s original watercolour paintings and, in the process, raise vital funds for charity. All proceeds from both this raffle and the four auctions of Louise’s Wolves’ match day programme cover paintings go to support the work of these four fantastic charities. For more information, or to connect, head to Louise Cobbold Art on Facebook, louisecobbold79 on Twitter or ‘louisecobboldart’ on Instagram.

Prize details

Original art: Frame dimensions for this painting are 530 x 660mm (approx. 21” x 26”). Glass/Perspex dimensions are 460 x 594mm (approx. 18” x 23”). The frame colour is black (style varies slightly from the frame captured in the photo). The winners will be contacted after the raffle draw to organise next steps.

We are very grateful to photographer Sam Bagnall for providing the original image as well as the staff at Wolves and Cure Leukaemia for their support. For the latest updates on the raffle and the Great Big Art Auction, please follow louisecobbold79 on Twitter, Louise Cobbold Art on Facebook or louisecobboldart on Instagram.