Spring Raffle 2020


Spring Raffle Draw Postponed to 21 July 2020

Due to the continuing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The Support Through Court Spring Raffle draw has been postponed to the new date of 21 July 2020. The draw will take place in Royal Courts of Justice on this date dependent on any updated guidance from the Government, our CEO and Trustees. 

If you have any tickets you are unable to return by this date, or would like more information about the raffle draw please get in touch with our fundraising team at fundraising@supportthroughcourt.org

Thank you to everyone who has participated in buying or selling tickets this year. We are grateful for the support and cannot wait to announce the winners of the raffle on the 21 July 2020.  

The Spring Raffle - Draw on 21 July 2020

Tickets are £1 each

All proceeds of the raffle will go to helping Support Through Court help people facing court alone. The average cost of supporting a client is £25 per visit, by purchasing a book of raffle tickets no only are you in with a chance to win a great prize but also help change the life of an individual facing court alone.

Tickets can be purchased

  • In your local Support Through Court unit

  • By sending a cheque to Support Through Court, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

  • Bank Transfer 

    • Support Through Court
    • Account number: 00087516
    • Sort code: 40-52-40
    • Please use reference: RFL-Name
  • Email fundraising@supportthroughcourt.org

Tickets are available to purchase between 11th February - 19th March. The Draw will take place in London on Monday 11th May.

Get in touch on: 0207 947 6358 


Prizes Include: 

A Relaxing Pamper Day for two including three treatments at a Bannatyne Spa near you (worth £212)

A six bottle case of Pol Roger Brut Reserve Champagne (worth £200)

Montegrappa Italia Ballpoint Pen (worth £190)

£150 John Lewis Gift Voucher

TM Lewin Voucher for a Shirt & Tie (worth upto £149)

Porsche 911 RSR Lego Set

£100 Marks and Spencer Gift Voucher 

x2 selection's of books from Faber & Faber Publishing (worth over £70 each)


Special Thanks to: