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50/50 Charity Raffle

The Canberra Raiders have launched their partnership with 50/50 Charity Raffle. This program is used to support charities throughout the NRL season.

To purchase your ticket in this week's 50-50 Charity Raffle, visit https://5050charityraffle.com.au/raiders

The Canberra Raiders aim to recognise community organisations and charities who align with the Clubs community focus areas to create a positive impact. The Raiders have raised over $31,000 for charity partners through the 50-50 Charity Raffle.

HOW 50-50 WORKS

50 50 Charity Raffle

50-50 charity raffle tickets will be on sale throughout the precinct at GIO Stadium from staff and charity volunteers dressed in 50-50 uniforms.

Every ticket sold will be electronically recorded and updated on ticket-seller iPads, on the 50-50 website and on the big screen at the stadium, so members and fans can monitor the draw and watch the total prize pool grow in real-time.

Tickets will be available from gates open, with the last chance to purchase during half time of the main game.

The winning ticket number will be displayed on the big screen and announced by loudspeaker before the end of the second half of the NRL game.

The total proceeds of all 50-50 tickets sold at each game go into a prize pool, with 50% of the prize pool going to the lucky winner of the random draw and the remaining amount being donated to the nominated Charity Partner.

For more information, please visit http://5050charityraffle.com.au

Keep your eye out for the 50/50 logo for your chance to win.

Terms and conditions: Ticket sales are only valid for the day they are sold, with sales closing approximately 10 minutes into NRL second half as per stadium clock and the draw will take place before the end of the second half of the NRL game. The winning ticket number will be announced by loudspeaker before the end of the game. The winner will take 50% of the money, Canberra Raiders Charity Partner taking 40% and 50/50 Foundation taking 10% (administration fees). The draw is conducted by the 50-50 Foundation (ABN 92 944 713 763). License number: 158466.