Last ticket sale - 4th of April








Enter the Helping Hands Spring Raffle to Win Some Amazing Top Prizes!

Draw: Friday, April 5 at 17h30 Live on our Facebook page


All transactions secured by PayPal.
You can pay online even without a Paypal account.

You ask… ‘What can I win?’

And we say: ‘BIG prizes, that’s what!’

1st prize: 100 € Amazon voucher

Think of all the things you can buy with 100 €

One lucky winner is guaranteed a 100 € Amazon e-gift voucher delivered direct to the Helping Hands registered email address.

Voucher expires November 2033.


2nd prize: 50 € Amazon voucher

We can still get quite a lot from 50 € prize.

One lucky winner is guaranteed a 50 € Amazon e-gift voucher delivered direct to their Helping Hands registered email address.

Voucher expires November 2033.

3rd prize: 25 € Amazon voucher

25€ ain’t bad either wink

One lucky winner is guaranteed a 25 € Amazon e-gift voucher delivered direct to the Helping Hands registered email address.

Voucher expires November 2033.


Everything you need to know about our Spring Raffle is here! ↓

What is this Spring Raffle about?
A raffle is a game in which people buy tickets for the chance of winning a prize and winners are drawn at random at a selected time.

You can buy your tickets online only and the draw will be broadcast live on Facebook… but prizes are very real! And just like last year, they are HUGE!

Where can I buy the tickets?
You can buy tickets exclusively on our website here.

The tickets are on sale for only 3€. All transactions are secured by PayPal even if you do not have a Paypal account, simply by using your credit card.

Who can participate?
Our Virtual Raffle is open to anyone 18 years or older.

Anyway can participate! So share this event with your friends and family. Proceeds go to our Helping Hands projects. It’s for a good cause!

How will the winners be selected and announced?
,There are some more precise rules about the game:


  • There are no limits to the amount of ticket purchases a given person can purchase, nevertheless, one person can only win 1 prize.
  • Helping Hands reserves the right to increase the number of prizes or cancel the initiative depending on the number of tickets sold.
  • At the end of the ticket sale period (4 April 2024), we will export the ticket purchase data from our e-commerce platform.
  • The exported file will have one line for each ticket sold. Lines will be sorted by purchase time in ascending order (from the oldest to the newest) and each line will get a number in ascending order starting from 1.
  • The draw will be broadcast live on Helping Hands’ Facebook page on the 3rd of February 2023 at 5.30 pm
  • To draw the winners on 6 April 2024, we will use (or similar site) to generate 3 (or more – if we choose to increase the number of prizes) random numbers from 100 to X, where X is the total number of tickets sold.
  • The first generated number to appear on the screen (at the top of the list) will be the 1st prize and so on. These random generated numbers will be matched with the line numbers in the exported file with ticket purchases in order to find out the names of the winners. Depending on the success of our event, we may generate more winning numbers. In addition, we will generate more random numbers in the case the same person has purchased the winning tickets to multiple prizes.
  • If the same person has bought the winning tickets to 2 or more prizes, only the highest prize will be awarded and the other winning tickets will be discarded.
    Example: John Smith has bought two tickets that are drawn to win 2nd, 6th prize. He will only win the 2nd prize and the 6th prize will be awarded to the next winner in line.
Are there tax deductions for the purchase of tickets?
We usually have a 66% tax deduction for everything you donate during our initiatives, but the purchase of a raffle ticket cannot be considered as a donation legally, since you might be receiving something in return (i.e. our insanely amazing prizes!!!).

Therefore, buying many tickets will give you more chances of winning and supporting our good causes, but unfortunately no tax deductions.

How can I increase my chances of winning?
Well… just buy more tickets! 😀

Got more questions? Contact us!

Helping Hands is the non-profit organization run by Amadeus employees in Nice.

All profits from our initiatives are used to fund the solidarity projects proposed by our members every year.