Christmas Raffle 2022

Draw to take place on 9pm, Saturday, 17 December, at 141 Thomas St, Dublin 8, and live on Facebook: SocialistPartyIreland

The Socialist Party, along with our public reps with Mick Barry TD and Ruth Coppinger is organising to oppose the profiteers that are fueling the cost of living crisis. We are building a socialist alternative to this rotten system based on inequality and oppression.

Please fund our work. A €10 raffle ticket provides vital support for us and a chance for a cash prize for you – just in time for Christmas!

Thank you for supporting the Socialist Party! Good luck in the draw!

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