The Omaze Million Pound House Draw
Our partnership with Omaze means that you can help fundraise for The Prince’s Trust and be in with the chance of winning a luxury house in the Cotswolds worth over £2,500,000.
Omaze is an organisation that offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and prizes to raise money for charities.
In the past, we've worked with Omaze to giveaway money-can't-buy experiences to watch celebrity ambassadors Muse in concert, join Luke Evans in a plane and double date with Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black. And now, their Million Pound House Draw will support us to help young people get the skills and confidence to find work, train or start a business.
By taking part, you could become the proud owner of an incredible house in the Cotswolds worth over £2,500,000. The lucky winner will be announced on Friday 11th June 2021. Plus, there are chances to win thousands of additional prizes in the run up to the Grand Prize Draw including a Mercedes C-Class Coupé, a Range Rover Sport and a tech hamper worth £20,000.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of young people in work has fallen by more than 260,000 and the number of young people claiming out-of-work benefits has more than doubled. During this time, we have provided lifelines for young people by equipping them with opportunities to progress.
Our partnership comes at a time when we urgently need your help to keep up with demand in the face of rising youth joblessness. The dream house they're offering is not only a life-changing prize but, most importantly, proceeds from the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Cotswolds, will enable thousands of young people to get employability advice and training opportunities in a moment of crisis, giving them a chance to take back control of their lives and futures.
Enter The Omaze Million Pound House Draw
80% of the net proceeds will be donated to us, with a minimum of £100,000 being donated as part of the campaign. So by entering, you'll be helping to change young people’s lives - at a time when help is needed more than ever.
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