Raffle 2019

Thank you and congratulations to the 16 winners!

The live draw was held at 1pm of 25 January 2019 - if your ticket was drawn you will be contacted by The Big Draw Team to select your prize. Congratulations and thank you for your support! You are all winners to us.

VIEW PRIZES 

Congratulations to the 'Banish The Blues' 2019 raffle winners! 

1 126 Hannah Price
2 116 Joanna Meehan
3 267 Susan Coles
4 96 Rachel Dickinson
5 280 Gareth Williams
6 66 John McManus
7 6 Alastair Fraser
8 105 Andrew Moffatt
9 84 Caroline Lazar
10 241 Miranda Pennington
11 57 Duncan & Campbell
12 114 Maria Borszcz
13 259 Samantha Hobbs
14 55 Anna Marleen Summers
15 62 Catherine Mummery
16 132 Suman Gujral

HOW IT WORKS

 

THE PRIZES: Pledged by patrons, friends and supporters of The Big Draw, prizes include:

Unique artworks drawn on location around Bloomberg, London by Foster + Partner's Art Director and Big Draw Patron Narinder Sagoo, a prosecco and tea fuelled Terrarium Masterclass for two courtesy of the very green fingered Botanical Boys, take the helm of a Power Boat and cruise around London's historic Docklands with The London Power Boat School, win a meal voucher for four worth £150 at London's incredible Lokhandwala Restaurant, for the culture vultures, a 12 month National Art Pass Membership, a signed copy of Bob' & Roberta Smith's 'The Secret to a Good Life' and so much more...

The Supporters

Each Prize has been generously donatated by friends & supporters of The Big Draw, with thanks to:

Art Fund, Bob & Roberta Smith RA, Botanical Boys, Chris RiddellFoster + Partners, Lokhandwala, London Powerboat SchoolMychael Barratt, Narinder Sagoo, Nick Sharratt, Print Collectors Club, Royal Collection TrustRoyal Watercolour Society and Sumi Perera.

THANK YOU -every ticket counts!

The Big Draw Charity no. 1114811

As a charity without any public funding, The Big Draw is entirely reliant upon the generosity of our supporters and ongoing fundraising activity to continue our work. Our flagship Festival, Awards and associated programmes have a global impact in schools, museums, libraries and for individuals who believe in the increasing importance of visual literacy within education, across a range of professions and for our health and wellbeing.