The draw raised £250,000 for our vital work supporting teenagers and young people with cancer and the incredible house in Cheshire was won by Ian Garrick, a civil servant from Mablethorpe.
Omaze have now committed to donate a minimum of one million pounds to the charity over the next three years to support our frontline specialist nurses and youth support teams.
James Oakes, SVP International: “Omaze is a win-win for both charities and donors. By offering incredible prizes like a million-pound home, we’re giving people the chance to win, while also introducing charities to donors they wouldn’t have access to otherwise. We’re thrilled that Ian got to help out a charity that means a lot to him and can now enjoy this life changing prize in time for Christmas!’
Kate Collins, Chief Executive of Teenage Cancer Trust: “Cancer won’t stop for anything, and during this time of uncertainty young people need our support more than ever before. Partnering with Omaze is a vital way for us to complement the emergency fundraising appeal we launched during the pandemic. Their pioneering digital approach to fundraising will help us ensure our frontline staff can continue providing exceptional care to young people and their families during this difficult time.”
How do I enter?
Entry is now closed. Thanks to all those who entered.
Frequently asked questions
We are really proud of our exciting partnership with Omaze, which is set to raise vital funds to support young people with cancer. This is a ground-breaking initiative, so we know you might have questions. Here’s a list of the most common ones.