Hyundai Help for Kids has generously donated an awesome Hyundai i30 Active Hatch to us and we will be passing it onto one lucky winner! Life Education won't be the only beneficiaries, we're sharing the profits with Australian schools.

Buy your tickets now or find out how your school can raise funds in the Cash for School raffle.

FAQs

  • What is the Cash for Schools raffle?

    Life Education knows how hard it is for schools to raise additional funding so have created an opportunity to benefit for both schools and the work of Life Education.

    All tickets bought in the Cash for Schools raffle will go in the draw to win a Hyundai i30 car generously donated by our valued partner, Hyundai Help for Kids. 50% of funds raised through a schools unique URL will be donated back to that school at the end of the campaign.

  • When will the raffle take place?

    Raffle begins at 9am AEST on 21 October 2019.
    Raffle closes at 11.59pm AEST on 15 December 2019. No entries will be accepted after this time.

    The raffle will be drawn at 10am AEST on 17 December 2019.

    Please note, residents from WA cannot participate in the raffle due to permit restrictions.

  • What is the prize?

    Hyundai i30 2.0L Petrol Active Automatic Hatch (RRP: $26,273.00)

    The prize includes an all-new Hyundai i30 2.0L Petrol Active Automatic Hatch with your choice of paint colour (subject to availability), floor mats and on-road costs.

  • Who can buy tickets?

    Anyone. Remember, profits from tickets brought using a school's URL will be split between Life Education and that school. 

  • What's different about Cash for Schools raffle?

    It’s digital, which means no paper tickets, and proceeds are shared with your school. 

    Selling tickets to your school community is easy as you simply provide them with your unique URL received upon registration.

    All transactions take place within your personalised school portal and buyers receive tickets directly via email. This means less admin for you while your school gets to keep 50% of the proceeds of every ticket sold through your unique URL.

  • Can schools sell tickets in person?

    All tickets must be bought online. To avoid administration hassle, we recommend schools do not take cash payments but could process a payment via their unique URL on behalf of the purchaser if needed.

  • What payment methods are accepted?

    Purchasers can pay by Visa or Mastercard credit or debit cards and American Express. RaffleTix (the chosen platform for this raffle) utilise the Stripe payment processing platform, now considered one of the most popular and secure of all the payment processing services available. Any credit or debit card details are encrypted, and the details are NOT stored. For more information about Stripe's security, see: stripe.com/docs/security/stripe

  • Does my school need to register to benefit?

    Yes. Only registered schools can benefit from the Cash for Schools raffle.

    Find out more about registering your school.

    Once registered, you'll receive further information about how the raffle will work, along with tips and tricks to help you raise as much money as possible.

  • When will our school receive their funds back?

    All registered schools will be notified via email of the amount of money raised within four weeks of the date of the draw, and payment details will be requested at this time. Payments will be made in full within 4 weeks of receiving payment details. We will be in touch closer to the draw date to notify you of the process.

  • What if my school needs help to get started?

    All the help you need to guide you through your registration and to start selling tickets is available online. If you need help or want to speak to someone, send an email to fundraising@lifeeducation.org.au and someone will get in touch within 24 hours to assist you.

Proudly supported by Hyundai Help for Kids

Not only have they donated the wonderful prize for this competition, but Hyundai Help for Kids work in partnership with Life Education to deliver health education to children across Australia.