Jason Isaacs Backs Charity Raffle to Win London Mansion Worth £3.5M

Jason Isaacs portrayed the arrogant and manipulative Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter film franchise. However, Isaacs is far from the cunning Slytherin he played, backing a charity raffle in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity), England.

Isaacs is an ambassador for the charity, which is giving the lucky winner a luxurious Wimbledon mansion worth £3.5 million ($4.8 million) from the Omaze Million Pound House Draw.




The house features numerous luxury finishes, including a spacious, modern kitchen and wide French doors that lead out onto a decked garden area that also provides a chance for alfresco dining. It has five bedrooms and two living areas, and it is decorated in light neutral tones, with modern art covering the walls.

The mansion is situated just around the corner from the iconic All England Club, which hosts the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament.

Perfectly positioned for you to enjoy the buzz of the city and the tranquillity of village life, you’ll never be far from shops, pubs, markets, transport links, and the iconic tennis courts where champions are made.

The winner can choose whether they want to live in the house, rent it, or sell it. It comes with no mortgage, stamp duty, nor conveyancing to pay, plus to help them get settled in, the winner will also receive £20,000 ($27,000).



The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children is an “international centre of excellence in child healthcare,” and “since its formation in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses.”

GOSH Charity supports the hospital by funding rebuilding, refurbishment, and life-saving medical equipment, supporting families and children, and researching children’s health.

The Omaze campaign will give a guaranteed minimum donation of £100,000 ($138,000) to the GOSH Charity, with a target donation of £500,000 ($693,000).

Isaacs has participated in other campaigns in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital, including a charity video in 2015 that showed what the donations raised were helping fund. Isaacs has also spoken about the importance of the Omaze Prize Draw.

I have been a huge supporter of GOSH Charity for nearly 20 years and over the course of that time, have had the privilege of visiting the hospital and meeting some truly inspirational families.

Great Ormond Street Hospital is a truly incredible place, and I have seen first-hand how money raised makes such a difference.

By entering the Omaze House Draw, you will be helping to fund the hospital’s most urgent needs and supporting seriously ill children and families from across the U.K.

If you would like to enter, make sure you read the rules first.

The more entries you put in, the more of a chance you have to win: You can get 15 entries with £10 ($13), 40 entries for £25 ($34), 85 for £50 ($69), and 320 for £150 ($208).

The raffle ends November 21, 2021. Will you be entering?


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Grace Hurley

I'm an animal-loving Ravenclaw with a Masters Degree in Writing and a passion for the Harry Potter universe since the age of five.