AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL UK CHRISTMAS RAFFLE 2021
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH £5,000?
PLAY THE AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL UK CHRISTMAS RAFFLE NOW FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN AN AMAZING CASH PRIZE!
|5th Prizes||£100 x 6|
GERMAIN RUKUKI IS FREE!
Germain Rukuki was arrested in 2017 and charged with “threatening state security” and “rebellion” for being an employee of an anti-torture campaign group.
The Burundian human rights defender was found guilty of an array of fabricated charges in 2018 and sentenced to 32 years in prison. His wife was heavily pregnant at the time of his arrest and gave birth shortly after.
But Amnesty International supporters like you campaigned tirelessly for Germain’s freedom. And in June 2021 he walked free.
After Germain’s release, his wife Emelyne thanked Amnesty International activists for campaigning on his behalf:
“I am delighted by the release of Germain… from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank all who have mobilised and made it possible for Germain to reunite with us.”
Last year, proceeds from the Amnesty Raffle totalled £234,474! We spent 73.41% of that on human rights work and raising further funds, 8.83% on prizes and 17.76% on running the lottery.
With 10 prizes up for grabs, we estimate that every entry will have a 1 in 4,445 chance of winning cash in this year’s Christmas Raffle.
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|Proceeds from this raffle will support the human rights work of Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust, a charity registered with the Fundraising Regulator and committed to good fundraising practice.|