You get to choose the prize that’s ideal for you!
You can choose to drive away in a brand new Toyota Corolla Ascent Sports valued at $26,882 OR take the $20,000 cash!
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Lottery Draw 95 offers you the chance to win a beautiful brand new car!
Can you imagine yourself in this sleek new Toyota Corolla Ascent Sports? Stylish and economical, comfort with great performance and handling, Toyota Corolla’s have been the popular choice of many Australians for a very long time. It is Australia’s most popular choice of car. Dynamic style and a great driving experience combine with all the latest technological features to bring you all you could desire in a great new car.
The Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport delivers to you all the features, reliability and economy Toyota are renowned for. Built with safety features for your driving reassurance, and offered to you with the functionalities and design of all the latest models, this Cerebral Palsy Alliance prize car draw is certainly worth buying tickets in!
And if you buy your tickets online you gain the chance to win a $500 Coles Myer gift card!
Dates to Remember
Draw date is 24 June 2016.
Features of the Toyota Corolla:
- 16" alloy wheels
- Cruise control
- Bluetooth phone and music connectivity
- Reversing camera
- 7" touch-screen audio with Toyota link
- 1.8L engine
Plus much more!
Or take the $20,000 cash prize!
Or if you prefer, you can choose the $20,000 cash! With that amount of cash in your pocket you can choose to fulfill some of your dreams and heart’s desires! Perhaps a luxury island escape holiday? Or finally undertake to get those home renovations done? You can even choose to pay more off your mortgage. The cash will help you achieve some of those long-held dreams, or those necessities that have been perhaps put off for far too long. Yes, a substantial ship could come in for you with this great prize draw!
Support a great cause...
Cerebral Palsy is a physical disability that affects children, restricting their ability to move. One in 500 babies born in Australia are affected by the disability. The Cerebral Palsy Alliance works to support people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Each year they help in many ways, including by supporting with their family-centered therapies, life-skills programs, equipment as well.