The Toy Trust unveils its Big Raffle for 2018

Published on: 18th January 2018

The Toy Trust has unveiled a brand-new fundraising initiative for 2018 – the Big Toy Trust Raffle.

Entrants will have the chance to get their hands on one of the many valuable prizes kindly provided by the UK toy industry. Tickets cost just £5, with books of tickets also available for purchase with every pound of the entry fee going on to support the many children’s charities the Toy Trust will be supporting in 2018.

The exclusive prizes available include a family trip to LegoLand Billund in Denmark, tickets to Disneyland Paris, return flights to New York, a three day work experience at Disney HQ Hammersmith, Hasbro Optimus Prime and My Little Pony Friendship Tour buses, tickets to Nickelodeon Land, Blackpool plus many other prizes.

Foye Pascoe, Toy Trust Chair, commented: “We hope that everyone in the industry will take part in our new Big Toy Trust Raffle. There are some real money-can’t-buy prizes on offer for the industry, but of course the ultimate winners are the children who will benefit from the funds raised. I’d like to thank all the generous companies that have donated prizes, all of which are well worth spending £5 on.”

Tickets will be available to buy from the BTHA exhibiting members’ lounge at Toy Fair, stand Gallery 205.

Please note: the draw for this raffle will take place at the Toy Trust Big Challenge day at Westhorpe Watersports Centre on Saturday 9th June.

The full list of prizes can be viewed by clicking here.


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