Monthly Development Draw 2016

14/03/2016

Monthly Development Draw

The organising committee of the Monthly Development draw invite you to join the 2016 monthly draw which is commencing in March and running straight through to December.

The 2015 Draw was an another great success and many thanks to all who supported it during the past 12 months. Thanks also to the various promoters who work tirelessly to sell the tickets every year and all who helped out with the organising of the 10 monthly draws. The net profit from the 2015 Draw was €35,820.  This profit, coupled with the great receipts from the Annual Golf Classic, other fund-raising activities and receipts from the Revenue scheme brought our total income in 2015 to €81,252. Significant progress has been made in recent years to reduce the bank loans.  

As we set out in 2016, we face a similar challenge to raise the required funding to meet the loan repayments due this year. The net repayment due in 2016 is €54,575 and while this figure is very significant, it is reduced from previous years.  We have no doubt that with the continued support and goodwill of the Community and from all the local groups and organisations, these repayments can be met in the coming year.

The format for the 2016 Monthly Development Draw is per previous years, with a €20,000 Prize fund over 10 months, tickets costing €10 per month. The family ticket option is also available where by two or three members of a Family can purchase three tickets for €20 per month. Draw results and notification of upcoming draws will be sent by text to mobile phone numbers which must be supplied when purchasing a ticket in the draw.

Looking forward to your continued support in 2016.

Rower-Inistioge GAA and Inistioge Community Council organising Committee

Click here for draw brochure 

Click here for accompanying letter 

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