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TYCI + Los Campesinos! online raffle

Fundraising for The Poverty Alliance

147 %
raised of £500 target
by 55 supporters

The Poverty Alliance

We seek to influence polciy at all levels to eradicate poverty in Scotland

Charity Registration No. SC019926


***Raffle closes for online entries at 6pm GMT on 28 April***

On 28 April, TYCI welcome our pals Los Campesinos! back to Glasgow for a sold out show at Stereo. In response to the UK Government's recent changes to social security, known as the 'Family Cap' and its horrific 'Rape Clause' (as outlined in the Welfare Reform and Work Act 2016 - learn more + sign the petition here - we are joining forces with Los Campesinos! to run a raffle at the show. 

Prizes so far include...

~ Los Campesinos! signed football shirt

~ Limited edition Mogwai x Focus skateboard deck

~ 2xtickets for Marika Hackman at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on 30 May (courtesy of DF Concerts)

~ Los Campesinos! Sick Scenes pack (limited edition screen print LP, notebook, badge, t-shirt set)

~ 2xtickets for a show of your choice at The Hug & Pint, Glasgow (courtesy of Synergy Concerts)

~ Vinyl from Wichita Recordings

~ £20 RAD voucher from Rubadub

~ Limited edition GoldFlakePaint t-shirt

~ 3 records + tote bag from Numbers

~ Sacred Paws 7" + screenprint

~ £40 Crafty Pig voucher 

~ LUSH gift box and tote 

If you cannot make the show, you can still buy a raffle ticket + donate directly via this page. Tickets are £1.00 each. Do leave us a note of your full name + a contact email, it doesn't have to be in the public message. The draw will take place on Friday 28th April and winners will be notified by Monday 1st May. ***Please note that due to postage costs, we are only able to post prizes within mainland UK***

All proceeds go to The Poverty Alliance: a network of organisations and individuals working across Scotland, who campaign for practical changes that will increase incomes, improve services, give people in poverty a voice in decisions that affect them and challenge negative attitudes to poverty.