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GIO is giving one lucky attendee of Sunday’s Raiders v Bulldogs match the chance to walk away with a huge cash prize, while offering valuable support for the Ricky Stuart foundation.

This Sunday (May 29) at GIO Stadium, there will be a raffle available for patrons, where 50% of the prize pool will be given to one lucky winner on the day, with the other 50% going to the Ricky Stuart Foundation, who is this week’s Raiders match day charity.

For just $5 fans attending Sunday’s match can enter the draw, with the more tickets sold the higher the cash prize for the winner.  With a bumper crowd against the Bulldogs expected the prize will be significant and Raiders Coach Ricky Stuart thanked GIO for helping raise money for the foundation through this raffle.

“GIO have been wonderful for the foundation and to have them organise this fundraiser is much appreciated,” Stuart said. “The more people who get behind the raffle on Sunday will help us raise more money, so we encourage all fans to dig deep and help raise money for the foundation to assist families who are touched by Autism.”

GIO’s Paul Lawton said the raffle was a great opportunity to support to the foundation.

“The Ricky Stuart Foundation does fantastic work in our community and GIO is very pleased to be able to lend a hand. We encourage people to grab a ticket and support a very worthy cause.”

There will also be a minor prize draw on the day, with the second place receiving two tickets to the 2016 Game of Origin 3 to be held at Sydney Olympic Park including an Inner Sanctum Tour valued at $580.00.

For more information on the Ricky Stuart Foundation please visit

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