The Omaze Million Pound House Draw
Coronavirus has hit young people with cancer hard and disrupted our services, but we’re doing everything we can to adapt. From digitalising emotional support overnight to our nurses becoming newfound families for young people in our hospital wards, we’re continuing to be there for young people during the toughest times of their lives.
We’re delighted to be partnering with Omaze who are giving away a house worth a million pounds to one lucky winner on 20 November 2020 to raise much needed funds for young people with cancer right now.
Support our appeal today, it’s win win!
We hope this will be a long-term partnership between Omaze and Teenage Cancer Trust, to ensure that whatever the crisis, we won’t stop being there young people with cancer. Eighty percent of the draw profits will be going directly to Teenage Cancer Trust and Omaze have committed a minimum donation of £70,000. Money raised from The Omaze Million Pound House Draw will support young people like Callum who was diagnosed at 21 with Hodgkin lymphoma.
Cancer is tough but getting cancer as a young adult is even tougher. At a time when you're finding your independence, you can be left feeling alone and not like you. All of this is made even more difficult during a world pandemic. Feelings of isolation and vulnerability are magnified because cancer doesn't stop for Covid. Young people who are starting or still on their cancer journey will need Teenage Cancer Trusts’s support more than ever right now. By getting involved you could make a big difference to the lives of young people with cancer.
How do I enter?
Click here to enter the Omaze Million Pound House Draw and a percentage of your entry fee will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. This donation will make a huge difference to the teenagers and young adults we serve, and you might just find yourself winning a million pound house in Cheshire.
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.