Press team for The Drums and Foals raffle PR campaign for Pakistan flood relief

Anorak teaming up with Oxfam for auction

Press team for The Drums and Foals raffle PR campaign for Pakistan flood relief

Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

The press team who work with The Drums, Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club are raffling a PR campaign to help raise money for the Pakistan flood relief.

Anorak, who are based in London, have teamed up with Oxfam for the raffle. They are offering a band, label or artist the chance to have them manage a PR campaign taking in national press, radio, TV and online factors if they win.

Those who wish to be in with a chance of winning are asked to donate £100 to Anorak's Oxfam Pakistan Appeal on The winner's name will be pulled out of a hat on September 1.

Speaking about the raffle, Oxfam said: "Over 20 million people are affected by the floods in Pakistan. The British public have been generous but we still need more funds. Anorak's innovation to offer their services is a clever way of volunteering and fundraising in one go."

See the company's page for more information.

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