Raffle to win Moff Skellington Artwork

Moff Skellington has made available a unique piece of art for a raffle to raise money for the “Help Joel Live Longer Campaign“.

Joel is the son of Dislocation Dance front man Ian Runacres. Ian says “In September 2019 my 19 year old son Joel, was diagnosed with Glioblastoma. This is the most aggressive and lethal of all brain cancers. To help prolong his life, the best option for Joel is to receive a pioneering new treatment, as quickly as possible. The treatment is in the form of a personalised vaccine manufactured from Joel’s own tumour tissue, but it is very expensive”.

By purchasing a raffle ticket you will helping to raise funds towards the pioneering treatment which will help Joel and also contribute to developing breakthrough cancer treatment for brain tumours to help others in the future.

All you need to do is purchase one or more tickets for the chance to enter the prize draw.

When you enter you also get a free digital copy of Moff’s latest album “Mr Kipling’s Palace Ceiling”

The closing date for the raffle is Monday 6th December and the winner will be notified by e-mail by Friday 10th December when arrangements will be made for Moff to ship the artwork out to the lucky winner!

The winner will be the proud owners of unique art from Moff! The painting is 3 foot by 4 foot in size.

GERMAN SHEPHERD RECORDS SUBSCRIBERS WILL AUTOMATICALLY GET A FREE TICKET BUT IF THEY WANT TO BUY ANY EXTRA TICKETS TO INCREASE THEIR CHANCES OF WINNING THEY CAN DO.

TICKETS ARE £3

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS RAFFLE WILL GO TOWARDS SUPPORTING THE HELP JOEL LIVE LONGER WHICH HAS ALREADY RAISED OVER 25% OF THE £400,000 TARGET

TO ENTER THE COMPETITION PLEASE USE THE PAYPAL BUTTON BELOW

Raffle Ticket for Unique Artwork by Moff Skellington

A 3ft by 4ft canvas of art by renowned artist and musician Moff Skellington You can buy more than one ticket if you want

£3.00

Dislocation Dance’s release “Discombobulation” is still available and any money raised from sales also goes towards Joel’s campaign.