The Rebel Bounty fundraiser being run by Cork GAA has already generated over €1m in profit for the clubs of the county.
Tickets cost €100 with each club having a quota to sell. After the quota is reached, all revenue from ticket sales is retained by the selling clubs.
There are 30 prizes every month ranging from €20,000 to €150 with a main prize of €100,000 in December's draw.
Tickets remain on sale until the 25 March at which stage the draws for January, February and March will take place.
The draw is described as a new initiative of ‘ONE CORK’ to give clubs a significant opportunity to raise funds at a time when traditionally fundraising has been impacted by restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Tickets can be purchased at https://gaacork.ie/rebelsbounty/
It has been confirmed that over 1 Million Euro has been raised in profit for the GAA clubs in Cork, from Rebels Bounty. Well done to all the clubs for their hard work. There is still time join by contacting your club or online at https://t.co/ecrZW0F3rJ . Closing date March 25th pic.twitter.com/iW7XeJi6QH— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) March 2, 2021