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In 2019 our board game raffle is raising money for an important cause. HandyCon organiser, Paul Frohnsdorff-Harris currently has two grandparents who both experience the difficulties of Dementia and knows first-hand the important work that Dementia UK do to support both those suffering and their families.
For every £1 donated to the HandyCon Mega Raffle, your name will receive one ticket in our draw which will be held live on FB on Sunday evening. There are a host of prizes donated by some very generous people including:
Donated By HandyCon:
Wingspan by Stonemaier Games - Brand New in Shrink
Gloomhaven (open and punched but never played)
Donated by other generous contributors
CGE Games donation
Gaming Rules Polo Shirt and Dice
Ruthless [donated by Alley Cat Games]
Newspeak & Space Worm Pre-order [donated by ITB Games]
Games Lore Games Donation
Board Game Monster Games Donation
.... but wait there is more
During the raffle we will include stretch goals. As different targets are met, MORE PRIZES are added to the prize pool.
Stretch Goal 1: £100 7 Wonders Duel (Done)
Stretch Goal 2: £200 Carcassonne (Done)
Stretch Goal 3: £300 Azul: Stained Glass of Sintra (Done)
Stretch Goal 4: £500 Gugong [Punched, Sleeved and played once] (Done)
Stretch Goal 5: £750 Architects of the West Kingdom (Done)
Stretch Goal 6: £1000 Pandemic 10th Anniversary Edition (Done)
Stretch Goal 7: £1250 Paul Grogan 'special time'
Stretch Goal 7: £1500 SECRET.........(will be announced during campaign)
Stretch Goal 8: £2000 SECRET.........(will be announced during campaign)
Mystery Stretch Goal - FB SHARES
Mystery Stretch Goal - Twitter Retweets
Mystery Stretch Goal - Taskmaster Challenge 1
Mystery Stretch Goal - Taskmaster Challenge 2
Mystery Stretch Goal - Donated Prizes
Please give generously
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