Reading jewellery school offering bespoke design day prize.
Reading-based company The School of Jewellery and Craft (TSJC) has launched a raffle to raise funds for those impacted by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
The money raised by the raffle will be donated directly to the Philippine’s Red Cross, which TSJC says will ensure all of the money is used aid the Philippines area only, bypassing government bodies and other organisations who may make deductions.
TSJC founder Larissa Johnson said: "People in the craft and jewellery industry are a supportive lot, who are well grounded and who like to help others. We hope they will take this opportunity to donate towards this good cause in this way."
The school if offering a day of bespoke jewellery making with one of its certified instructors as the raffle prize, which includes all materials and has a value of £350. The bespoke day with be tailored to suit the skill level and experience of the winner, with TSJC stating that it may give away two of the days as prizes if it raises more than £500.
Each ticket is priced at £3, and the raffledwill close on November 30 2013, with the winner announced on December 3.
Tickets can be purchased via TSJC’s website, where its full terms and conditions can be found.