Supporting good causes
Our regular prize draws are open to all good causes and once you have entered you will go into all future draws.
If you are one of our lucky winners, you can choose how you claim your prize of 500 litres of heating oil.
If you use oil in one of your buildings, then we can happily deliver this straight to you. Otherwise it can make a great prize for your next charitable auction.
You can register your good cause using the sign up form below.
April 2019 Draw
Our April 2019 Facebook Poll Winner was Feline Care with over 2000 votes
Feline Care Cat Homing and Rescue Centre are based in East Harling and have charity shops in Attleborough and Diss. They offer all cats a loving home with the hope of finding them their very own 'forever' home.
Our Next Draw
Our regular prize draw has already helped many charities including Feline Care, Starthrowers, North Elmham Playgroup, and St Nicholas Church Blakeney to name but a few.
Our next heating oil prize draw will be in September 2019
Simply fill in the details below and we shall enter your charity or good cause into each of our regular prize draws. We will only use your details for the prize draws and we may also very occasionally send you special charitable rates for oil. Your details will never be shared with any third parties.
Register your charity
Some of our past beneficiaries
Star Throwers is a cancer support charity in Norfolk dedicated to supporting people affected by cancer by offering advice on standard and non-conventional cancer treatment options. Goff Petroleum have provided free heating oil for their auction of promises.
North Elmham Playgroup is based at the Saxon Centre in North Elmham and burns heating oil provided by Goff Petroleum for their space and water heating needs. The playgroup provides excellent quality care for pre-school children from 2-5yrs from North Elmham and surrounding Norfolk villages.
Blakeney Parish Church of St Nicholas has received free heating oil from Goff Petroleum to run the oil fired heating system. The church has an unusual small, second tower at the far corner of the chancel; where a light would burn as a beacon to guide ships safely into Blakeney Harbour.