Rotary clubs are looking to raise funds for a children’s charity by raffling off a car.
The ARCHIE Foundation, which supports children’s healthcare in the North-east, have partnered with 22 Rotary clubs to offer up a Audi A1 as a prize.
The raffle is due to run all year, with the winning ticket being drawn on Christmas Eve at the Bon Accord Centre. Alan Pirie, chairman of the Rotary club organising committee, said: “The 22 Rotary clubs involved in the annual car raffle are delighted to be back working with The ARCHIE Foundation.
“In the year 2000 the local Rotary clubs were looking at ways of working together and it was then that they hit on the idea to raise funds to help the building of the new Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.”
Cassie Thompson, director of fundraising at The ARCHIE Foundation, said: “We are thrilled to be involved in this year’s raffle and we are incredibly grateful to the members of all the Rotary Clubs involved for their support.