Welcome to Dunvegan Enterprises Charity Raffle Page

About Us

Dunvegan Enterprises are a leading sports management agency.

Headed by Tommy Gilmour MBE – who has a 50 year plus track-record in sports management and promotion – we guide the careers of some of the world’s top darts players, including 2 time World Champion Gary Anderson.

With an unrivalled reputation for professionalism and excellence, Dunvegan Enterprises offers a comprehensive and exclusive management service for our clients.

Tommy was awarded his MBE in 2007 for Services to Boxing and the Community, recognising his work in both Management and Charity. 

 16 years on Tommy and the Gilmour family continue to make Charity a priority.

July 2023 Raffle Prize

We are delighted to have a Unicorn darts Player Bundle as our prize this month.

This unique prize consists of signed Darts Items, signed by 2 time world Champion Gary Anderson and rising star Cameron Menzies . Each part of the prize is detailed below.

Please note there may be an additional charge for shipping outwith the UK. Contact us for further information and costs.

 

DRAW WILL TAKE PLACE ON 31st JULY 2023. DRAW WILL BE DONE BY PHILL BARRS OF ONLINE DARTS

 

Each Entry is £20. You may buy multiple entries

Payment is via Paypal .  http://paypal.me/DeDartsCharityRaffle

Please use Friends and Family Option  and put your name, contact phone number and email in the notes. Amounts under £20 will be treated as a donation to fundraising and not an entry.

If you require a different payment method please email here: mailto:dedarts@dedartscharityraffle.com

ALL MONIES RAISED FROM THIS RAFFLE WILL GO DIRECTLY TO FUNDRAISING FOR CALUM RAE. NO COSTS WILL BE TAKEN BY DUNVEGAN ENTERPRISES

Surround

 

 

 

A Unicorn Darts "Noir" surround.

Signed by Gary Anderson & Cameron Menzies

Darts

A signed set of Gary Anderson "Noir" darts

Darts

A signed set of Cameron Menzies "Global" darts

Light

 

 

 

A Unicorn Darts Flare light for your dartboard

Photos

Signed photos of Gary Anderson and Cameron Menzies

Flights

 

Spare Gary Anderson flights for your darts

OUR JULY 2023 RAFFLE WILL BENEFIT:

"Calum_OurRaeOfSunshine"

This is Calums story, taken from the familys crowdfunding page

Calum is a bright eyed boy who loves to play and make other people laugh with silly voices, funny faces and mischievous games. He is incredibly loving and affectionate. Calum loves cuddles and saying “I love you,” to all his family. Calum has recently been promoted to big brother to Emily who is 5 months who he absolutely adores. Calum has the brightest smile that hasn’t faded even through this horrible time he now faces.

Calum caught chickenpox at the start of January and didn’t seem to get better after they had cleared up. He began to complain of a sore body and at times would refuse to walk. We went to our local GP who thought he had Post-herpetic Neuralgia , a side effect most common with shingles. As time passed , Calum didn’t get any better and new symptoms arose. We became increasingly worried and after our third visit to the GP we were referred to our local hospital. The doctors suspected a spinal infection and conducted an MRI scan to locate the infection. Unfortunately, we received news that tore our hearts apart.

Calum’s MRI scan showed he has a tumour above his adrenal gland which had spread throughout his full body with widespread bone marrow and bone involvement. We were immediately transferred to Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Children where they conducted further tests to diagnose Calum’s cancer.

Calum was diagnosed with stageM high-risk Neuroblastoma. This is a rare and aggressive cancer with a poor survival rate due to it being highly likely to return.

Calum’s treatment is now underway and he is currently undergoing gruelling induction chemotherapy. He has taken everything so far in his stride without any complaints and with a smile on his face. His chemo has already relieved his pain and he is back to being the boy we know, the fun, bouncing boy who is full of love and laughter. Calum still has surgery, high dose chemotherapy, radiotherapy and immunotherapy to endure to get better. Unfortunately, even after this intensive treatment, it is likely the cancer will return. If it was to return, Calum’s chance of survival would severely decrease.

A new vaccination is in trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York. This centre specialises in Neuroblastoma and is world-leading in developing immunotherapies against Neuroblastoma. The vaccine hopes to trains the immune system to identify and destroy neuroblastoma cells. It aims to reduce the chance of relapse and increase the chance of survival. The vaccine isn’t available here in the UK so we hope to fundraise to be able to take Calum to New York for this treatment. It would involve Calum making the journey to New York multiple times throughout the year.

We hope to raise this money to give Calum the chance he deserves to survive this dreadful cancer. Any funds that are raised which aren’t used towards treatment for Calum will be donated to fund Neuroblastoma research.

The family have already raised a staggering £181,000 towards his treatment. Let's help them get to the £250,000 needed.

Donations can be made here: https://tinyurl.com/Calum-Rae-Fundraising-Page

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