The Association for The Aged (Tafta) is set to launch an exciting, nation-wide campaign that will support the organization’s vision of expansion while generating excitement as the festive season approaches.
Following approval received from the National Lotteries Commission, Tafta will host a fixed lottery where cash generated through the competition will be awarded to 4 lucky winners. Tafta’s Golden Ticket Lottery campaign affords South African citizens the opportunity to impact an older person’s life through their participation, while also standing a chance to win big. The competition will run from 1 September to 15 December 2022 and is open to all South African citizens aged 18 and over. Tickets for an entry into the lucky draw pool will be available on Tafta’s website (www.tafta.org.za) from Thursday, 1 September 2022 at a cost of R100 each. Entrants have the freedom to enter as many times as they choose to increase their chances of being selected for a R10 000 cash prize in October, November or December this year.
Chief Executive Officer, Femada Shamam explained that the lottery would take place online; saying, “Our website will be the only platform where those who are feeling lucky will be able to purchase their tickets in order to be eligible for the competition. Starting on the 1st September 2022, you have the entire month to purchase tickets for the first draw of R10 000 that will take place on 14 October 2022. Ticket purchases for our second and third draws will then open on 1 October 2022 and 1 November 2022 respectively. Any tickets purchased from 1 September to 30 November 2022 will also guarantee you a chance in the grand final draw for a chance to win a R50 000 cash prize. We look forward to this being our biggest drive where you can do good and stand a chance to win BIG!”
Visit Tafta’s website at www.tafta.org.za to view the competition’s full terms and conditions and enter yourself into the lucky draw. Tafta’s staff, members of the Board and their immediate families are excluded from the Competition. For more information on this campaign, please contact Susanne Ramsunder on 031 332 3721 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org