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Devon Air Ambulance's standing order lottery success

Devon Air Ambulance's standing order lottery success
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Devon Air Ambulance's standing order lottery success

Fundraising | 11 Sep 2009

Devon Air Ambulance has more than 17,000 weekly raffle players, bringing in a significant proportion of the trust’s voluntary income. Caroline Creer discusses how out-of-fashion standing orders have been key to raffle growth.

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