Cork fundraiser brings in over €1m profit for clubs

March 03, 2021

A view of Pairc Ui Chaoimh before the Munster SFC semi-final between Cork and Kerry. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

The Rebel Bounty fundraiser being run by Cork GAA has already generated over €1m in profit for the clubs of the county.

Tickets cost €100 with each club having a quota to sell. After the quota is reached, all revenue from ticket sales is retained by the selling clubs.

There are 30 prizes every month ranging from €20,000 to €150 with a main prize of €100,000 in December's draw.

Tickets remain on sale until the 25 March at which stage the draws for January, February and March will take place.

The draw is described as a new initiative of ‘ONE CORK’ to give clubs a significant opportunity to raise funds at a time when traditionally fundraising has been impacted by restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Tickets can be purchased at

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