A North Wales disability charity has raised over £4,000 in a Wrexham AFC raffle, with tickets sold across the globe.

Dynamic is a registered charity providing support for children and young people with disabilities in Wrexham.

The charity accepts donations via their justgiving page here. 

In March of this year, the charity announced their new raffle with a chance of winning two hospitality tickets for Wrexham v Boreham Wood on Saturday, April 22, the last home game of the season.

In a statement made via social media the charity said: "The prize allows the lucky winner (and guest) to arrive at the Racecourse ground at 12.30pm on match day, as a guest of Monopoly Buy Sell Rent in their hospitality box."

Dynamic announced the winner of the raffle on Wednesday, April 13, via a live video on their facebook page. 

Presented by Millie Tipping from Dynamic Wrexham, Natalie Edwards was named the winner of the raffle prize. 

Dynamic said added: "We sold 809 tickets in total, raising £4,045! This is absolutely fantastic - thank you to each and every single one of you who bought a ticket.

"Enjoy the game Natalie and let’s hope it’s a promotion party too."

Speaking to The Leader, Laura Williams, charity manager, said she is absolutely thrilled with the success of the raffle. 

She said: "As a charity we need to raise around £450,000 per year just to keep the doors open so this is a huge achievement and a very generous prize donation from Monopoly sell to rent."

Whilst the raffle would have been appealing for local Wrexham AFC fans, with the success of Welcome to Wrexham, that now includes supporters from across the globe. 

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The Wrexham charity raffle sold tickets all over the world including Austrailia, New York, Florida and Germany.

Laura added: "It really shows the impact that Rob and Ryan and the success of the club is having across the whole community and how it is benefitting the charity."

Wrexham AFC have been huge supporters of Dynamic for several years due to the efforts of disability liason officer Kerry Evans

Laura continued: "We are so thankful for Kerry Evans as she has been inviting and encouraging our children to attend matches for years. 

"The quiet zones and measures she has put in place have made a huge difference."

Dynamic Wrexham provide out of school sessions for children and young people with disabilities, aged 8 - 19 years old.

These sessions provide valuable opportunities to socialise and develop their independence skills. 

The charity also support young people with disabilities, aged 15-25 to achieve their transitional goals, such as moving to college, university, work or volunteering opportunities.