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Raffolux and Walking With The Wounded working in partnership to raise vital funds for those who served.

Walking With The Wounded is working in partnership with Raffolux, the luxury online raffle company to raise vital funds to support those who served across the UK.


The new partnership will give people the chance to win a range of amazing prizes whilst supporting wounded veterans.  With 10% of the proceeds from every raffle ticket purchased going straight to the charities Raffolux supports – it couldn’t be easier for members of the public to play their part in raise funds for those in need. 

“We are thrilled to be one of the charities that Raffolux supports through its online raffle platform.” said Joel Oxberry, Head of Income at Walking With The Wounded. “With their support, our team will be able to continue to deliver our innovative, life-changing services to those who served and their families. The mechanics of the Raffolux platform fits nicely with our Small Steps, Big Difference initiative…..whilst it only costs 99p for any individual to buy a ticket, the difference this will make over time is vast.   We would like to thank Raffolux and their team for championing the Charity and look forward to working with them.

“Raffolux is thrilled to be working in partnership with Walking With The Wounded”, said Sebastian Hansen, Head of Partnerships at Raffolux. “Since launching in 2019, we have worked with over 60 charities across the UK, and we are always looking for new charities to support.  Through our online raffles, we have given away over £3.5 million in prizes and raised a significant amount for organisations across the charity sector.”

Raffolux recently raised over £100k during lockdown for multiple charities across the UK at a time when so many charities were struggling as a result of the constraints the pandemic put on traditional methods of fundraising.   Since the platform started it has raised more than £350k for charity.