• Information you should have on your raffle tickets
  • Name of organisation running the raffle
  • What the raffle is for ( fundraising for :- students to attend events, new roof for the church,
  • uprade of equiptment for the gym, to help a registed charity etc.
  • list of prizes
  • details of the draw ( where, when, does the winner need to be present at the draw, how will winners be notifed etc.)
  • Cost of tickets
  • Permit number if required in your state or territory
  • For more information goto



• Prior to use, paper should be allowed to acclimatise for at least 48 Hours in the environment in which it will be used.
   Optimum storage facility would retain temperatures between 21 - 27 degrees C with 50% relative humidity.
• Before loading paper, fan the sheets on all four sides.
   This creates a small layer of air between the sheets which should help printer feeding mechanisms.
• Load Materials according to the instructions in the printer owner's manual.
   Recommended feeding is generally to use the manual feed tray, or the straightest path through the printer.
• Upon Completion, the unused material should be stored in a closed package, re-sealed and stored flat. 
  NB. Our new 100 sheet packs come with a reuseable zip lock bag to store unused paper.



It is good practice to do a test print of one or two pages on plain copy paper to see how your tickets look and how they fit on the

perforated paper. Make sure your printer is set to A4 as this is the standard paper size in Australia.

          Adjustments can be made to the positioning of the tickets from the “Settings/printing adjustment” menu when using  the Raffle Ticket programme from Harvest American












































































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