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BANKSY/ Dismaland boat raffle for Help Refugees

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Banksy has teamed up with Choose Love to raffle a Dismaland boat sculpture in aid of Help Refugees. For a chance to win the sculpture, visit Choose Love’s website here and guess the weight of the boat. The competition closes 8pm GMT December 22nd 2018. In addition, you can shop the store’s selection of products to donate to refugee support.

Opening pop-ups during the holiday season in both New York and London, Choose Love invites visitors to shop from a selection of products and services that will help refugees at home and abroad. Products range from solar lamps and women’s services to emergency blankets, legal aid and school bags. Each purchase goes toward a similar item for a refugee and is distributed through partners across the US, Europe, and the Middle East.

The Dismaland boat sculpture will be on display in the London store. CHOOSE LOVE LONDON 30-32 Fouberts Place, Carnaby, London, W1F 7PS until 31st December Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am – 7pm, Sunday 11am – 6 pm Enter Here: choose.love

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