26 November, 2008 | Web design
An innovated way of raising funds was portrayed in an ingenious way earlier this year when property developer MIA Developments and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity teamed up. A Block of apartments in Myrdle Street.E1 central London worth more than £8 million, which boasted designer kitchens, Jacuzzi baths, en-suites to master bedrooms and hard wood floors completing the look, was the prize in a draw.
The Lucky winner was to receive 11 serviced apartments known as York House. To enter one had to log on to winalondonpad.com and by buying a £60 MP4 player complete with full warranty, then was presented with three questions to answer, one of which was - which city was to host the 2012 Olympic Games? This draw was limited to 200,00 entrants only. The website claimed the draw was "a joint innovated approach to fundraising during hard times".