Community Lottery to celebrate first birthday draw to win with new promotion


Community Lottery to celebrate first birthday draw to win with new promotion

Hertsmere Community Lottery is to celebrate it’s first birthday draw with a special promotion for good causes.

The community lottery in Hertsmere is on track to help local groups, sports clubs, heritage groups, voluntary organisations and charities raise over £10,000 in funds per year by selling lottery tickets to their supporters. 

Good causes in Hertsmere can raise unlimited and unrestricted year-round funds with Hertsmere Community Lottery and organisations that sign up and go live by Sunday 18 December, will be in with a chance to win £250.

It is completely free to register and for every £1 ticket bought, organisations will receive 50p directly back to them, with a further 10p going to a Hertsmere general good causes fund. This compares to just 28p in the pound for the National Lottery, 27.5p from the Postcode Lottery and 20% from the Health Lottery going into good causes.

It’s free, quick, and easy to register to fundraise through our local lottery. Once your charity has been approved:

  • Your supporters will have the chance to win £25,000 every week plus other bonus prizes.
  • You’ve got the chance to easily raise over £1,300 with just 50 weekly tickets throughout the year.
  • Your charity or good cause can raise recurring, unrestricted funds paid directly into your account monthly.
  • We’ll help you with marketing support and your very own easy to set up webpage.

Selling just 50 lottery tickets a week will see you raise £1,300 a year, not to mention any donations you could get from lucky winners! Most supporters buy more than one ticket and support for around two years. 

There is no catch, it’s free to use Hertsmere Community Lottery to fundraise for your charity.

To find out more visit: www.hertsmerecommunitylottery.co.uk or www.hertsmere.gov.uk/communitylottery

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