• Raffle ticket for Halloween witch broom fundraiser for Broto

Raffle ticket for Halloween witch broom fundraiser for Broto


Win your very own handmade witch broom for Halloween while supporting a great cause!

About the cause - Broto: Art-Climate-Science is a program of Provincetown based Cape Cod Center for Sustainability dedicated to a global community of artists and scientists co-creating innovations for our climate crisis response. For more information about this registered 501c3 non-profit, go to

About the prize - Handmade by a master artisan from Kentucky, this is a truly one of a kind functional work of art. Classically known as a cobweb broom because the cylindrical shape allows you to get into the corners where cobwebs gather, this broom is of course better known as the ultimate ride for witches, wizards and others of the magical flying orders.

Using centuries old hand weaving techniques, these brooms are made of black dyed soft broom corn, which is a type of sorghum which has a superb ability to lift dust, dirt and sand out of any crevice in a light stroke. The dye is colorfast.

The handle is beautifully finished, reclaimed hardwood from strip mines in Kentucky - naturally shaped by choking vines that twist the limbs into spirals that fit almost magically in your hands. Because this is reclaimed wood, each one is totally one of a kind, just like the ones available for sale in Diagon Alley.

Measures 55-56” long by 5” in diameter at the sweep, woven with durable black cording, with an integrated leather loop on the solid hardwood stick for display/storage.

Rules - Drawing will be on Monday, October 25th at noon, which will give me enough time to ship the winner their broom in time for Halloween. Purchase as many raffle tickets as you like in one transaction; each ticket will give you one chance to win. Purchase raffle tickets for friends and family too; just use their info in the shipping information at check out. Your name will be included with shipping should they win. 

Percentage of ticket price that is tax deductible is dependent on the number of tickets sold.