FANCY announcing our next signing? You've only got until Tuesday to get involved!
Thanks to Wishio one lucky supporter will be able to announce our next signing and help support QPR in the Community Trust at the same time!
Not only will they get the chance to break the exciting news, the reveal will be delivered via the winner’s own Twitter account.
In case this prize wasn’t enough, the winner will also get to meet the new signing and receive a signed shirt from them (when COVID allows of course).
This twitter-ific transfer prize is all in aid of the QPR in the Community Trust which seeks to create opportunities, inspire change and help people in the West London community fulfil their potential. Working in partnership with these local communities, they are on a mission to develop an inclusive range of sporting, educational, cultural and social opportunities to improve the quality of life for individuals and their neighbourhoods.
We are kicking off this incredible prize with Wishio, a game-changing app that’s set to switch up the traditional celebrity fundraising model by putting philanthropy in your pocket. Up until now, the chance to win these once-in-a-lifetime prizes has been limited to exclusive charity galas and raffles, with the highest bidder always scooping the coveted experience. Wishio is on a mission to change this elitist model and make philanthropy more accessible by inviting everyone to be able to win these unique celebrity experiences and support a good cause, all at the touch of a button.
To enter, all you need to do is check out QPR’s Wishio and donate what you can. For every donation you receive one entry to the prize. No matter how much you donate, everyone has an equal chance of winning – making it a fair experience for all!
But be quick - the Wishio ends on Tuesday!
With Wishio, 100% of every donation goes to the charity – Wishio does not charge charities any fees or take any commissions from donations. This means that everything you give goes directly to supporting the QPR in the Community Trust – what a score!