National Parks Association of Queensland Inc Charity Lottery

NPAQ Annual Raffle 2018

To: Members or friends of the National Parks Association of Queensland…

This year we have teamed with Play for Purpose, a charity lottery, to run our annual raffle.

We have done this to lower our costs, meaning more of your ticket purchase price goes directly to support our conservation efforts. We have also done this because of the amazing prizes on offer: the first prize is half a million dollars of gold bullion!

There is also a $25,000 travel voucher! Overall there are 11,105 prizes with at least a 1 in 19 chance of winning.

 

You can check out the prizes and purchase tickets here.
Please support this fundraising raffle and help our efforts to advocate for the protection, expansion and good management of national parks in Queensland.
The draw closes on 25th September, so get your tickets now!
 

National Parks Association of Queensland Inc.

Graeme Bartrim, President
National Parks Association of Queensland Inc.

Authorised G Bartrim NPAQ Queensland, 10/36 Finchley St, Milton QLD 4064.

Our mailing address is:
NPAQ
PO Box 1040
Milton, QLD 4064
Australia

NPAQ has recently launched a free guide booklet called Getting Kids into National Parks to help us get our youth connected to the natural world and inspire stewardship of the environment for the future.
The booklet can be downloaded at http://www.npaq.org.au/latest-news/getting-kids-into-national-parks
NPAQ wonders if your group would be interested in helping us to spread the word about this free downloadable publication by sharing with your friends, providing a link on your website, social media, newsletters etc.

We also have a very small print run of these booklets, so if you would like some physical copies to distribute, please contact our office and speak to Anna Tran or alternatively you can email her at atran@npaq.org.au

Your support would be much appreciated.

Yvonne Parsons
Assistant Secretary

On the weekend commencing 22nd March, 2013, BIEPA hosted the National Parks Association of Qld’s annual celebration of the creation of the state’s first National Park. The weekend was a huge success and culminated with over 60 peple attending the Seminar on Sunday.