Win a limited-edition Give Peace a Chance vinyl

by Concern Worldwide in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

Win a limited-edition Give Peace a Chance vinyl

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Win an ultra limited-edition vinyl acetate of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Give Peace a Chance and support Concern Worldwide's work.

Project by Concern Worldwide

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Win an ultra limited-edition vinyl acetate of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Give Peace a Chance and Remember Love while supporting Concern Worldwide’s work to end extreme poverty. 

The prize: 

When John and Yoko asked the world to give peace a chance, they wanted to change the world. You can unlock the sound of history and make a difference for people living in the world’s most fragile places. Enter our prize draw and win one of only 50 ultra limited-edition vinyl acetates of John and Yoko’s Give Peace a Chance and Remember Love, all while supporting Concern Worldwide’s work to end extreme poverty.

Individually hand cut at Abbey Road Studios in association with Universal Music Recordings, the record also bears a machine printed signature from Yoko Ono Lennon – and it could be all yours!


The history: 

‘Give Peace a Chance’ was produced on 1 June 1969 during John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s legendary ‘Bed-In’ for peace protest. This transformative event unfolded over eight days, beginning on 26 May as a powerful symbol of their commitment to global peace.  

As Lennon’s debut success outside The Beatles, ‘Give Peace a Chance’ quickly became the anthem for the anti-war movement with protestors singing this song in mass. ‘Remember Love’ was also famously recorded during the ‘Bed-In’ by Yoko Ono and was released as the B-Side to ‘Give Peace a Chance’; this marked Yoko Ono’s first single to be released with John. 

So, you could truly get your hands on a ‘peace’ of history! 


The cause: 

We are an international humanitarian organisation that strives for a world free from poverty, fear and oppression.

Extreme geographies. Extreme climate challenges. Extreme crises. We go to the hardest to reach places to make sure that no-one is left behind, and your support means that when emergency strikes, we have the funds ready to act right away… 

  • £5 (one entry) could provide a blanket to keep a child, who has been affected by conflict, warm. 
  • £10 (two entries) could help provide essential hygiene supplies for one person for a whole month.
  • £50 (10 entries) could provide emergency food for one family for a month.

Help us on our mission to end extreme poverty, whatever it takes!

Find out more about our life-changing work here: 


How to enter: 

By taking part in this draw, you confirm you’re over 18. 

One single entry costs £5 and additional entries are as shown below:

  • £10 - 2 entries
  • £20 - 4 entries
  • £50 - 10 entries
  • £100 - 20 entries

You can enter as many times as you like from 29 April 2024 until the closing date on 31 May 2024 (please note, we may extend the project and change the close date at any time).

For free entry by post, see Terms & Conditions.

The winner will be chosen at random in a prize draw seven days after the closing date. 

Entry options


£20 - 4 entries

4 entries


£5 - single entry

1 entry


£10 - 2 entries

2 entries


£50 - 10 entries

10 entries


£100 - 20 entries

20 entries

Postal entry

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Win a limited-edition Give Peace a Chance vinyl
To enter the draw for free, please send your name, address, email address and contact telephone number to: Concern Worldwide (UK) Vinyl Prize Draw, Supporter Care, Concern Worldwide, 47 Frederick Street, Belfast, BT1 2LW. Entries must be sent on a postcard or within an envelope. In the case of multiple entries received in a single envelope or postcard, only the one entry (the first) will be entered into the promotion. Entries sent by post must be received by the closing date and time for receipt of entries. Postal entries without correct and sufficient postage paid will be invalid and will not be considered. Personal and hand deliveries will not be accepted.

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