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A dream that stays afar runs to you now. The most popular dream that prevails is to own a palatial house. Unprecedentedly, once again Omaze is looking out for fulfilling your wishes. This one-time luck to win a Multimillion-dollar Miami Dream House worth $2,600,000 or becoming a millionaire is tossing up your dream for you to choose. You just need to support Make-A-Wish® and the ways to get into this winning scoop lays in the form of donation or free entry through the registration form, either way, will lead you to your mighty dream.
Limit: You must be at least 18 years to be eligible for sweepstakes. There is a limit of 6,000 entries during the Promotion Period.
How to Enter Omaze Miami Dream Home Giveaway 2021:
Make a Donation:
Visit www.omaze.com/miami and click on the “Enter Now” button. After that, make a donation by choosing an amount you would like to donate ranging from $10 to $100. Now, complete and submit the registration form with your personal and payment details.
Donation Amount and No. of Entries:
- $5 = 5 entries
- $10 = 20 Entries
- $25 = 125 Entries
- $50 = 500 Entries
- $100 = 1200 Entries
- $150 = 2000 Entries
Visit www.omaze.com/miami and click on the “Enter without contributing” link. After that, submit the official entry form with the required details to receive the weighted average of entries to the sweepstakes.
Omaze Miami Dream House Winner Selection:
One lucky winner of the Omaze dream house giveaway will be selected via random drawing on or after December 20, 2021, from among all valid entries received during the entry period. The winner will be announced on January 05, 2022
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The winner will receive a Multimillion-Dollar Miami Dream House (excluding any furnishings) worth $2,600,000 (USD).
Winners have also a choice to select a cash alternative of $1,800,000 instead of a grand prize.
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The Omaze Million Pound House Draw
We're really excited to be partnering with online charity fundraising platform, Omaze, to launch a groundbreaking initiative - the Million Pound House Draw!
Win A Dream Home And Change Lives
This is your chance to win a stunning fully furnished London dream home worth over £3,500,000, and raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity).
The elegant home includes a host of luxury features that the winner will love including a large reception hall, spacious sitting room and dining room, a family room and study, an open plan sitting and dining space with kitchen.
Upstairs you'll find a huge main bedroom complete with en suite dressing area and bathroom and three other bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms, and you'll enjoy an integral double garage with interior door and beautiful two-tier gardens.
All stamp duty and legal fees are covered, and the winner is free to either live in the house, rent it out or sell it.
80% of the net proceeds raised from the Omaze Million Pound House Draw will help support Great Ormond Street Hospital’s (GOSH) urgent needs, including essential rebuilding and refurbishment of the hospital, state-of-the-art medical equipment, vital support services for children and their families and pioneering research programmes into kinder treatments and cures for rare childhood conditions.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with Omaze on their next three-million pound house draw. Despite all the challenges of the last year, our mission has stayed the same: to help transform the lives of the seriously ill children who arrive at GOSH every day needing life-saving care. The pandemic has had a significant impact on our ability to fundraise so, after seeing the success of Omaze’s partnerships with other charities, we are really excited to be involved in this brilliant partnership, and hope we can raise as much money as possible to support the hospital’s most urgent needs.”Louise Parkes, GOSH Charity’s Chief Executive
Enter the Omaze Million Pound House Draw and help support patients like Otto, pictured right, at GOSH.
The charity’s support of the hospital has been more important than ever over the last year, during the COVID-19 pandemic. At what is already a stressful and worrying time for children and their families coming to GOSH, the pandemic has placed an even greater burden on their lives. And, at times of peak pressure in the wider NHS, GOSH cared for more children transferred from other London hospitals, working tirelessly to continue delivering the life-changing care these children urgently needed.
Any questions about the initiative? Check out Omaze's frequently asked questions for more details.
How To Enter
Draw entries are now available on Omaze’s website. The promotion is open to entrants in the UK who are at least 18 years of age.
The Omaze Million Pound House Draw supporting GOSH Charity is open until 21st November 2021 at 23:59:59 p.m. The grand prize draw date will take place on the 25th November 2021. The Winning Entry Code for the Grand House in London will be announced on 26th November 2021. For more T&C's, click here.
So, what are you waiting for? Change your future byentering Omaze's London forever home competition today.
$1.5 million dream home in Lake Mary being given away to raise money for charity
Ever fantasize about getting a mansion for nothing? How about for 10 bucks?
But this isn’t a contest for high-rollers where the prize goes to the highest bidder. People can enter with donations as low as $10.
“We really have democratized it,” said Omaze co-founder and CEO Matt Pohlson.
The money raised will go toward building a new Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer.
The six-bedroom home, built by Heathrow-based builder Jorge Ulibarri of Cornerstone Custom Construction and designed by Karen LeBlanc, sports an array of luxury features, including a 22-foot tall fireplace, dedicated wine room and kitchen with a double island and all new appliances.
Instead of taking the Lake Mary home, the winner of this contest can choose to take a flat $1 million payout. In that case, Omaze will give up their option on the house and it will go back on the market.
The smallest donation, $10, nets 15 chances. The maximum one can donate at one time for this house is $150 for 550 entries, though people can donate more than once.
The contest runs through March 5. To enter and take a virtual tour of the home up for grabs, visit home.omaze.com.
Omaze specializes in high-end prizes. Since its founding in 2012, it has awarded such gifts as tennis with Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi, visits to the set of Star Wars movies and a Lamborghini signed and blessed by Pope Francis.
To read more about this contest and other early-development stories, go to GrowtSpotter.com and subscribe.
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Man gets £3M dream 'James Bond film' house in Devon - for just £25
A foundry worker from Walsall has won a multi-million-pound dream home in Devon as part of a fundraising campaign in aid of NSPCC’s Childline.
Glen Elmy, 54, won the house which boasts five double bedrooms, six bathrooms, an infinity pool and stunning panoramic views of the ocean from its clifftop location.
The dream house is situated on the North Devon coast within the picturesque Exmoor National Park. It is just 11 miles from the thriving markets and cosy country pubs of Barnstaple.
All stamp duty and legal fees are covered and Glen has also been given £20,000 in cash to help with running costs.
He is free to either live in the house, rent it or sell it. Although Glen has said he intends to keep the house.
Glen purchased a £25 ticket bundle in August after seeing the Omaze Million Pound House Draw on television.
Glen has been married to wife Debbie for 21 years and they have five children between them. The couple have three grandchildren with a fourth on the way.
An Operations Director at Castings PLC in Walsall, Glen has worked at the foundry since he started as an apprentice 33 years ago. His eldest son Sam has followed in his father’s footsteps and has worked alongside him for the past six years.
Glen found out he had scooped the main prize in the Omaze Million Pound House Draw whilst he was painting his elderly parents house.
Glen said: “I’m totally gobsmacked, the only thing we’ve ever won before was three pounds at a Bingo night on holiday.
“We absolutely love the house - if I could have designed one from scratch, it would look just like this - it’s like something from a Bond film.
“We will be keeping it as there’s no other house like it in the country - so why would we want to sell it?
“My wife Debbie lost her father to Covid this year and our youngest son was made redundant last week, so winning this house is just what the family needed - it’s life-changing for all of us.
“This house is so spectacular we’re going to enjoy our first family holiday for two years right here. I don’t think we’d find a better place anywhere else in the world!”
As well as making its grand prize winner an instant three-times millionaire, the draw has raised crucial funds for the NSPCC’s Childline at a time when the service is needed more than ever.
James Oakes at Omaze said: “We’re thrilled that Glen and his family got to help out a charity that means a lot to them, and are just as delighted that this campaign helped to raise £1,000,000 for NSPCC’s Childline in the process.
“Omaze is a win-win for both charities and entrants. By offering an incredible prize like this spectacular coastal house in Devon, we’re giving people the chance to win the house of their dreams, while also introducing charities to audiences they wouldn’t usually be able to reach."
Today's top stories in the West Country
You may have seen the glossy TV advertisements offering a chance to win a 'fully furnished dream home' in a prize draw.
And, no doubt, you would have been pleased to hear there's 'no mortgage, no stamp duty and no conveyancing to pay'.
Also thrown in alongside the £2.5million five-bedroom 'Georgian-style' house in 'the rolling Cotswolds countryside', is £10,000 cash 'to help you settle in', and a free-of-charge gardener for two years.
A slice of the profits from the draw will also go to the Prince's Trust charity.
Star prize: The £2.5 million five-bedroom 'Georgian-style' house in 'the rolling Cotswolds countryside being given away by multi-billion-dollar Californian company Omaze
It all sounds too good to be true. And that might just be the case with this particular 'forever home'.
What you've not been told is that new-build Willowbrook House in the Oxfordshire hamlet of Radford is prone to persistent flooding that can leave it marooned in several inches of water in heavy rain.
The home is being given away by a multi-billion-dollar Californian company called Omaze.
The winner may not intend to live at the house, near fashionable Chipping Norton, close to celebrity residents such as the Beckhams, Kate Moss and Kate Winslet — and could just sell it on.
But before Omaze came along, estate agent Knight Frank had the house on its books for at least two years. It was under offer, on more than one occasion, but the deals fell through.
The Mail has obtained photographs taken in October and December last year that show water surrounding the building, flooding the front garden and driveway, and seeping into the house to such an extent that the carpets had to be removed and changed.
This comes as no surprise to the handful of Radford residents who were aghast that West Oxfordshire District Council ever allowed the 3,600 sq ft house to be built.
Although it is not listed by the Environmental Agency as standing on a flood plain, Willowbrook is sited next to a watercourse.
Harry Sheppard, from Knight Frank - who negotiated the sale of the house to Omaze on behalf of Palladian Properties (Willowbrook) Ltd - says he had been given assurances prior to the exchange of contracts on December 10 that 'any flooding issues had been dealt with', and that it was 'unfortunate that after exchanging contracts there had been such heavy rain'.
A film crew from Transmission Productions recently spent several days at the property working on advertising videos in preparation for the official launch of the prize draw tomorrow.
Washout: Willowbrook House after the flood. Knight Frank had the house on its books for at least two years. It was under offer, on more than one occasion, but the deals fell through
Jo Pickard ('a sought-after priceless talent,' as her website says), will be the presenter for the videos and TV commercials, which are due to be shown on ITV, Sky and Channel 5. She was wearing Wellington boots.
James Oakes, senior vice president international of Omaze, says there had been some 'blockage' but that it has been put right.
He says the flood in December was a 'non-event' and the house is in 'incredible condition'.
'We are going into this in good faith,' he says. 'Photos can be misleading and I am aware there are some neighbours who are not happy.'
Retired tour guide Jeremy Burton, who lives next door to Willowbrook, says: 'Due diligence on the property wasn't done thoroughly.
'And why was no one living in the village asked about the site's history and possible flooding? We have watched as this disaster has unfolded. It has destroyed the whole balance of the village and the council should never have allowed it.'
Omaze was founded in Los Angeles in 2012 by Matt Pohlson and Ryan Cummins.
The concept came when Pohlson and Cummins attended a charity auction called Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
One of the prizes was a chance to play basketball with Earvin 'Magic' Johnson, their childhood hero.
They saw the potential of what they call 'incentivised giving,' which in the U.S. has the backing of the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Miley Cyrus and Ben Affleck.
In 2015, Omaze partnered with Star Wars, where people donated $10 to be entered into a draw to visit the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The company said it raised more than $4.26million, of which a percentage went to Unicef.
0maze kicked off its giveaways in the UK last year with a £1million house in Cheadle Hulme, near Manchester, with the 'incentive' that 80 per cent of profits would go the Teenage Cancer Trust.
This was followed by an ongoing draw to win a £3million house in Fulham, West London, where the winner will be announced in April.
The 'Cotswolds house' was on the market with Knight Frank for £2.5million before Omaze bought it.
Its brochure said 'there is a stream running through the grounds which is a charming feature'. Or, as one local put it: 'a raging torrent and major flood risk when it rains'.
To enter the draw, you need a minimum stake of £10, which gets you 15 entries.
There will also be prizes along the way 'to keep people engaged', says Mr Oakes.
These will include cars provided by DriveTribe, the website founded by the Grand Tour presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.
Local residents think a warning about the house's future should be included in all the glossy marketing material. But they know that will never happen.
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Breathtaking £3m dream home with stunning views is being raffled off for charity
A stunning £3m home in North Devon - with views across the Bristol Channel towards Wales - is up for grabs in a prize draw that will benefit charity.
The breathtaking property is one of the prizes being offered in a draw that will support the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) Childline service.
Located on a clifftop near Combe Martin, it has five double bedrooms, six bathrooms, an infinity pool - and panoramic views of the sea and the glorious North Devon coastline.
And, if you don't win the magnificent modern home, other prizes in the draw include a BMW X6 M, an Aston Martin Vantage Convertible, weekly cash prizes and 2,001 gift cards.
Online entries to the prize draw cost from as little as 47p if you buy 320. However, 15 entries can be purchased for £10, which works out at 67p per entry. However, you can also enter for free via post.
The NSPCC said: "We're so excited to announce that we're teaming up with Omaze UK to give people the chance to win this dream home!
"One guaranteed winner will get the keys to a £3m house in Devon as part of a new campaign to raise vital funds for the NSPCC’s Childline.
"Carved into the cliffs and elevated over the sandy beaches of North Devon, this spectacular dream house offers panoramic sea views that will take your breath away.
"The house boasts five double bedrooms, six bathrooms, an infinity pool and stunning panoramic views of the ocean from its clifftop location.
"And here’s the best part… You’ll be helping Childline be here for children and young people, whenever they need to talk and whatever their worry.
"Together, we can help children dream of a brighter future."
"At the end of the campaign the NSPCC receives 80% of the net proceeds of the draw with Omaze receiving the remaining 20%. Net proceeds means everything that is left over after deducting the costs of the prizes and marketing only.
"We're guaranteed at least £100K even if the total net profits don't exceed this amount"
"The dream house is situated on the North Devon coast within the picturesque Exmoor National Park, just 11 miles from the thriving markets and cosy country pubs of Barnstaple.
"All stamp duty and legal fees are covered, and the lucky winner is free to either live in the house, rent it out or sell it.
"As well as making its grand prize winner an instant millionaire, the draw will also raise crucial funds for the NSPCC’s Childline, at a time when support for children is needed more than ever.
"Childline - a free and confidential helpline for children – receives an average of 1.25 million calls, emails and online messages each year. The service and its incredible volunteer counsellors have played a key role during the pandemic, providing a lifeline when many other sources of support have been cut off or suspended.
"This innovative fundraising campaign with Omaze will provide vital funds for Childline with a minimum donation of £100,000 guaranteed and a target donation of £500,000 helping counsellors to answer more calls and keeping the service running for every child that needs help.
"The draw is backed by long standing Childline ambassador Anton Du Beke and the service’s Founder and President, Dame Esther Rantzen. "
"On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds. Right now, Childline can only answer two out of every three calls it receives."
Anton Du Beke said: “One lucky winner is guaranteed to waltz into an amazing new life with this dream home – whilst everyone that enters the draw is helping Childline give thousands of vulnerable children the support they need to dream of a brighter future.”
Dame Esther added: “Childline is a safe place for desperate children to turn to. Our counsellors are here to listen, to reassure, and to protect them. And for a child who has no one else to talk to, it can be life-changing – even life-saving.
“Children who were struggling before the pandemic are finding things even more difficult now - and so many don’t have anyone they can talk to at home.
“We rely on generous donations and fundraising - that’s why the support of partners like Omaze is crucial in ensuring our dedicated volunteers and staff can continue to answer calls and online contacts from children who need our help.
“You can help Childline counsellors be there – ready to help children, no matter what difficulties they’re facing, to give them hope and support, no matter how alone they feel.”
Omaze say: "Located high above the dramatic coastline of North Devon, and situated within Exmoor National Park, this magnificent modern home sits amid green space and natural beauty while offering easy access to the local village of Combe Martin. Shops, pubs, markets and golf courses are all close by and ready for you to explore.
"When you enter for your chance to win the Devon Coastal House, not only are you supporting the NSPCC and the incredible work they do, you are also entered for a chance to win several other amazing prizes.
"Many of these prizes have specific times you must enter by. "
This will be the fourth Omaze Million-Pound House Draw in the UK - the first saw widower Ian Garrick win a million-pound house in Cheadle Hulme. That campaign netted Teenage Cancer Trust £250,000, with Omaze committing a minimum of one million pounds to the charity over the next 3 years.
The second saw housewife Marilyn Pratt, win a stunning three-million-pound townhouse in London’s leafy Fulham. That campaign raised £1,000,000 for the British Heart Foundation.
Online entries for the third Omaze Million Pound House Draw, a luxury Cotswolds forever home raising money for The Prince’s Trust, close at midnight on Saturday 29th May.
James Oakes SVP International at Omaze said: “We’re honoured to support the NSPCC’s Childline to help them reach a new audience to raise as much money as possible that will go to support their invaluable work helping vulnerable children across the UK.”
“Omaze is a win-win for both charities and entrants. By offering an incredible prize like this spectacular coastal house in Devon, we’re giving people the chance to win, while also introducing charities to an audience they wouldn’t have access to otherwise. We’ve found this method of fundraising is making a big difference to causes all around the world.”
Draw entries are now available at www.omaze.co.uk - online entries for the draw will be open until 26th September 2021 and postal entries for the draw will be open until 28th September 2021.
"At the end of the campaign the NSPCC receives 80% of the net proceeds of the draw with Omaze receiving the remaining 20%. Net proceeds means everything that is left over after deducting the costs of the prizes and marketing only.
"We're guaranteed at least £100K even if the total net profits don't exceed this amount."