NHS Charities Together have partnered with Omaze to give one lucky person the chance of winning a stunning Chelsea Townhouse worth an incredible £5,000,000, along with £100,000 in cash.
The funds raised by the draw will support vital projects that will help more people survive if they have a cardiac arrest in the community. These projects could include training volunteer Community First Responders and members of the public in basic life-saving skills, and providing more community defibrillators in communities.
Ellie Orton OBE, Chief Executive at NHS Charities Together, said:
“We’re thrilled to be the chosen charity for the next Omaze house draw. Thanks to Omaze and the public’s generosity, we can provide extra support to NHS staff, patients and communities – specifically ambulance services, who are under more pressure than ever as we head into the tough winter months.
“I personally know how important life-saving care in communities is, after my father experienced a cardiac arrest. Tragically, help arrived too late for him. By funding volunteers, training, and new equipment, together we can save lives in the future. Thank you Omaze for making this possible.”
The Grade II listed property up for grabs is located in the heart of Chelsea and has been meticulously renovated and remodelled, with features such as a bespoke open plan Poliform kitchen, a sophisticated home automation system, and an ensuite bathroom complete with Armani/Casa bathtub and sink, a rainfall shower and brassware.
James Oakes, Chief International Officer at Omaze, said:
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with NHS Charities Together for our biggest ever house draw. By offering this exceptional property, along with £100,000 in cash, we’re giving people the choice to either live in an incredible house, rent it out for a supplementary income or simply sell up and become multi-millionaires. At the same time we’re raising significant money and awareness for amazing causes such as NHS Charities Together by introducing them to large new audiences, helping them to continue supporting a future with a thriving NHS.
“We’re immensely proud that the Omaze community has already raised more than £20 million for good causes across the UK.”
The draw is open from now until Sunday 26th November for online entries and Tuesday 28th November for postal entries.
Click here to find out more about how the funds raised will support a wide-reaching programme working with the ambulance service to help save lives when members of the public experience a cardiac arrest outside of their home.