Alston Moor Partnership

Working for all of Alston Moor to enable an excellent quality of life, help community groups to grow, assist in developing good ideas, promote Alston Moor to residents, potential residents and visitors. Help build a pot of money for our community projects.

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Arundel & Downland Community Leisure Trust

Arundel Lido is run by a Charitable Trust, which welcomes all age-groups and abilities and does its very best to help and support disadvantaged adults and children.

The Lido currently offers outdoor swimming in two heated pools. It's site is secure and landscaped with grass, trees and shaded areas. Picnic tables, loungers and parasols are available (free-of-charge) and there are plenty of grassed areas, including a children's play area and a designated field for children's activities. There is a large car park adjacent.

The Lido site is in the South Downs National Park, within the picturesque Town of Arundel, with spectacular views of Arundel Castle.

But, at present, the Lido site is only open 4 months a year (between May - September).

However, we now have Planning Permission for the construction of a new Building containing:

  • A Gym
  • A Multi-Purpose Hall
  • An Indoor Café
  • Heated Changing Rooms

This will enable us to open the site all-year-round and to extend the outdoor swimming season to at least 6 months.

We need your support to help us raise funding for the delivery of what is known as Project LEAP (the Lido Extended Activities Plan).

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Askam, Ireleth and Dalton (AID)

Join the AID Fundraiser, supporting your Parish Churches, and the communities they serve in Askam, Ireleth and Dalton. You could also win a prize for yourself and your family.

Our aim is to raise significant funds to enable the Parish Churches to maintain and extend their work with all groups within the communities they serve as well as providing much needed income for conservation and repairs to the fabric of our beautiful buildings.

The Parish Churches and their members are here for you Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow! With your help, by joining the AID Fundraiser Unity Lottery, we can find a new way to help secure the vital work of our Churches for the future.

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Atherton Community Trust

The Atherton Community Trust Limited works in and with the Atherton Community. The Trustees are from a wide variety of backgrounds, including local Councillors, community activists, representitives from industry, and business all local to Atherton.

Our aims are to promote and engage with the community and work together with the many community groups as possible to ensure their future. We are all passionate about our town and will endeavour to make it a place to be proud of.

Our latest goal is to gain a successful Business Case for a Community Asset Transfer of the York Street Building/Library from Wigan Council to provide facilities for young people, veterans and arts and theatre; a very, very exciting ambition!

We are a registered not-for-profit charity, and all the proceeds go back for the benefit of the Atherton Community! Which cannot be guaranteed with the large corporate charity organisations.

We also want to promote Atherton as a place to invest, live happily and socialise. Our aim is to help to promote the histroy of Atherton and its legacy, provide beautiful greenspaces, promote the parks and local events such as proms in the park and the Atherton Carnival.

Please help yourself and your community by joining the Atherton Lottery. Best of luck!

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We are the only physical disability charity in Furness dedicated to improving the lives of people with disability, their families and carers. We have a cafe, advice shop, computer, arts and crafts courses and much more. We receive no government funding and hope you will support this lottery to help us continue our work in Barrow.

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Branscombe Village Hall

Branoc Hall stands in the heart of beautiful Branscombe village, on East Devon's Jurassic Coast. Branoc Hall is used for numerous village activities and is also an ideal venue for wedding receptions, private parties and other family celebrations as well as commercial and corporate events.

The main hall with stage facilities can seat up to 150, licensed bar/social room and a large modern kitchen to cater for events and functions of almost any size. Add to this car parking, tennis court, children's play area and a playing field and you have a package that is hard to match anywhere in the area. It is available to hire, in its entirety or by individual rooms to suit all needs in the heart of rural Devon.

Unfortunately to maintain standards and comply with all the legislative regulations regarding health and safety, fire etc. a source of funds is needed to fund a constant schedule of maintenance and refurbishment. This is important so that the facilities are kept modern to meet the needs of the community now and in the future.

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Carr Gomm

Carr Gomm is a leading Scottish social care and community development charity. We currently support around 2,000 people across Scotland to live their lives safely and well according to their choices, whilst making plans to achieve their hopes and dreams for tomorrow.

Our support is person-centred and strongly reflects our values of choice, control, respect, interdependence, and openness and honesty.

Every penny we receive contributes to making our society better: reducing loneliness and isolation; improving health and wellbeing; and providing opportunities for people to flourish.

Our community development projects and activities focus on reducing loneliness and isolation in some of Scotland's most deprived communities. They are designed to bring people together to build friendships, skills and confidence.

An example of our work includes community growing projects, which uses gardening and growing opportunities as the vehicle to engage people with their community.

We support local adults, who are experiencing anxiety and depression to build skills, relationships and improve their health.

We also work with local schools to provide innovative outdoor activities for children and young people who struggle in the formal school environment.

For more information on our community development projects and the wider work we do, visit

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CHBN Community Radio CIC

CHBN Community Radio provides a radio service broadcasting to Truro, the surrounding areas and online. Our 'not for profit' organisation is run entirely by volunteers offering a wide range of both music and speech-based programmes for all ages. We play a wide range of music with both general and specialist appeal and many programmes highlight health, wellbeing and lifestyle topics.

Our station motto being 'Your Community, Your Station,' encapsulates that as the community radio station for Truro we aim to provide a platform for the community we serve to promote their messages to the population of Truro and its surrounding areas. Whether it be those who are resident in the city, the Colleges and Schools of Truro, the business community, the Royal Cornwall Hospital or the many visitors to Cornwall's only city.

We provide a platform for clubs, musicians, health organisations, youth organisations, businesses, sports clubs, colleges, schools, church and religious groups or individuals to feature in our programmes; whatever interests the community is of interest to us.

We have a diverse team and are always looking for new volunteers. We provide valuable training and experience in a wide variety of roles behind-the-microphone and behind-the-scenes.

Funds raised through this lottery are used to support the continuation of this valuable community service, with any surplus invested in the future development of the station or supporting the continuation of Cornwall's only hospital radio service.

Thank you very much for your support and may we ask you to tell your friends, neighbours and work colleagues about your CHBN and encourage them to join our lottery.

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Coast FM

Coast FM is a truly local volunteer based radio station based in Cornwall. We provide local information, local guests and an entertaining range of music for all tastes. We aim to reach out to the isolated and lonely and there are opportunities to volunteer and be involved in all that your local radio can offer!

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Colehill & Wimborne Youth & Community Centre

Our charity is the primary supporter of the Reef Youth Club a refuge for young adolescents who can be themselves in a safe and caring environment in rural East Dorset.

Our ambition with your help is to ensure that sufficient funds are generated to maintain their facilities and to employ professional Youth Workers to manage their Youth Club.

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Enham Trust

Thank you for making the first move in supporting thousands of disabled people to live, work and enjoy life. At Enham Trust we are passionate about supporting disabled people to live a fulfilled life, with opportunities to participate in many of the aspects we often take for granted. Whether that is learning to cook, getting a job or simply enjoying time with friends, your contribution to Enham Trust has a direct impact on the lives of many disabled people.

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Exmouth AiR Radio

Exmouth AiR is your community radio station in Exmouth

After 6 years of hard work, OFcom have awarded a full time FM broadcasting licence to Exmouth AiR.

The new licence will mean the radio station is a permanent fixture in the town, broadcasting all day every day on FM and the team are looking forward to providing a radio service for Exmouth and the surrounding areas.

Exmouth AiR is a not-for-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers for the good of the community and not for share-holders; any profits generated by Exmouth AiR must be used for securing or improving the future provision of the radio service or for delivering social gain/community benefits to the station's target community.

Your support will help secure Exmouth AiR's future.

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Explore York Libraries and Archives

Thank you for visiting the Explore York Libraries and Archives Unity Lottery page.

We all know how important libraries are. Last year, Explore York had over 1 million visitors, more than 2,000 books were borrowed every day, we held 1,466 events and told 1,734 stories to children.

Libraries are not just rooms full of books. Whether it is being able to understand about a health condition, take part in local democracy or find a job, being literate leads to improved chances in life.

Children who have books at home and parents who read to them do better at school. We bring people and books together and everything we do is aimed at sharing the joy of reading.

In an age of fake news, librarians are essential guides to accurate information that can be trusted. By bringing cultural activities into local communities we nurture talent for the arts. We help people try out new technologies in a safe environment. We make sure that no-one need be left behind.

With your help we can do even more.

By joining the Explore York Unity Lottery you will be helping us continue our essential work. Your support could spark a child living in poverty to go to university. It could help a disabled person discover a hidden talent for art. Or it could help an older person to unlock a new world of digital opportunities.

You can find further information about our work below.

We hope you will join the Explore York Unity Lottery to help raise funds and we wish you lots of luck.

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Family Gateway

Family Gateway is an award-winning North East charity that is committed to using local people to deliver enterprising community-led solutions to families, children, young people and communities.

We work with disadvantaged communities to identify gaps in service and build capacity, developing new family-led services and designing enterprising solutions to local issues. 

The money raised helps our work with families who are vulnerable or in crisis and we do whatever is needed to help them make sustained changes, so their children's life chances are improved.

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Fortunatus Housing Solutions

...every pound we raise for our charity means that a vulnerable adult with mental health problems can live safely and securely in the community.

Fortunatus are aiming to raise money in the coming 3 years to fund a mini bus to transport our tenants shopping and also to fund a mobile advice centre, which will be available to all vulnerable adults in the community to help them feel included in society

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Friends of Ecclesfield Library CIO

Friends of Ecclesfield Library CIO is a small not-for-profit charity run entirely by non-paid volunteers.

As well as being a lending library we are also a social hub for the local community and hold regular activities such as; the Little Bears Club, Knit and Natter, painting and computer classes, a creative writing group to name but a few. We also run free events for children like Fun Science, Imagination Gaming and Code Club, and have computers for those who wouldn't have access otherwise. We are an important hub for many local residents and without our library they, or their children, wouldn't have access to these types of activities, or indeed to a wide selection of wonderful books.

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Friends of Millport Town Hall Cumbrae Lottery

Thank you for looking at the webpage for Cumbrae Lottery. This lottery has been set up to help Friends of Millport Town Hall in their quest to rescue and regenerate this historic and much-loved building into a sustainable asset for the years ahead. This will be run by the community, for the community and will provide a vibrant and exciting venue for the Island and its visitors.

The building, like the Island, holds many nostalgic memories and is an important part of our history. We wish to update the building and utilize all the space available in the hope of providing a Heritage and Conservation Centre, an Arts and Culture venue and a Community Centre. We will help older people live life to the full, give young people exciting new opportunities to play and learn and bring great new ideas for the community.

All of this will help our fragile economy, provide employment, skills training and volunteering opportunities.

With the support of people like you we can make this happen – THANK YOU!

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Frome Community Trust

The Frome Community Trust raises money to fund capital projects which develop community facilities in Frome and the local area. Since its launch in the year 2000, the lottery has enabled the Trust to give grants to more than 75 local groups and organisations. Please help us to support the further development of our very special town.

Since the start of the lottery grants of over £75,000 have been given to support community projects in Frome. This has only been possible because of the local people who regularly enter the Frome community lottery. Players have a weekly chance to win a prize of £25,000, or other smaller prizes.

All the proceeds of our lottery, apart from a small amount to pay our local authority licence, is given out to local organisations to develop community facilities in Frome. Monies are given out annually by a process of grant applications made by local groups. In recent years, lottery funds have supported projects by helping to fund, for example, a new boiler for the theatre, laptops to support the organisation of voluntary community transport , sports equipment to improve community access to local clubs, and toys and games for a toy lending library .

Join us now to have a chance of winning, and support Frome at the same time.

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Garrigill Village Hall

Our fully refurbished hall is warm, light and welcoming and enhances village life with a pleasant environment for meeting, interacting and strengthening community ties. 

Dedicated volunteers run musical events, parties and pub nights. The hall is available for private hire, overnight stays and meetings.

We depend on local volunteers and fundraisers to keep the building looking good.

As well as the hall being the 'hub' for the village, we maintain the public toilets and are able to offer camping and bunkroom spaces to Pennine Way Walkers and also to DofE Award groups and schools (at a discount).

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Glamis Hall for All

Glamis Hall is a community centre in Wellingborough managed by local volunteers who took it over in 2015 from the local Council. It provides a friendly, affordable Day Centre & Lunch Club five days per week for people over 50 who have become socially isolated or need some support to enable them to stay living in their own homes. Clients enjoy a nutritious 3-course meal cooked on the premises, activities to stimulate their mental and physical wellbeing and regular entertainment. There is a hairdresser on site and a visiting podiatrist and beautician.

Glamis Hall is not just for older people. It runs activities for young people such as GLJ Theatre on Mondays and Youth & Football clubs on Thursdays during term-time. The resident chef runs cookery courses for four times a year and there is a programme of activities during school holidays. The two highlights of the year for children are the popular Family Festival held annually on the first Saturday of the summer holidays and the Christmas Festival held on the first Saturday in December where the children have an opportunity to visit Santa Claus.

Glamis Hall is a Registered Charity (Number 1160317).

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Hawcoat Park Sports and Social Club

Hawcoat Park Sports and Social Club is an independent voluntary organization, (formerly Vickers/BAE Sports Club), who's aim is to encourage active participation by local people of all ages in a wide variety of recreational activities.

Our 15 acre Multi-Sports complex currently delivers facilities for a diverse range of both team and individual sports including Cricket, Rugby, Football, Tennis, Bowls, Table Tennis, Archery, Rifle/Pistol shooting and a Junior Brass Band.

These provide amenities for numerous local sportsmen together with facilitating an extensive and thriving youth policy.

The hall and bar areas provide social premises able to host events ranging from family celebrations to large events like the Keswick to Barrow walk.

The Club faces a new significant challenge since BAE negotiations have resulted in a considerable reduction in their support which now entails total site maintenance becoming the Clubs responsibility. This will require significant additional funding to ensure our sustained existence.

We believe the Club is a vital asset in promoting the health and wellbeing of the local community but we need help to preserve these facilities.

Please help us by supporting this Unity Lottery funding initiative to ensure the clubs future for current and future sporting generations.

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Herne Bay Coastal Community

The Herne Bay Community Lottery is a new, ground-breaking way to raise money for local groups and event organisers. In Herne Bay, we are blessed with many active community groups who do great things and organise great events for us and our visitors but there are two things they are all short of – volunteers and money. We can help find volunteers but the biggest single thing we can do is help to raise funds and fill the gap left by a severe shortage of public funding for community projects.

We, the Herne Bay Coastal Community Team, are leading the way in this new style of community funding and we need everyone who can afford it to get behind and support the local lottery and between us we'll be able to make Herne Bay a more prosperous, vibrant and safe place to live, visit, work & play, not just for ourselves but for generations to come.

You can help to raise much-needed funds for community projects and events in Herne Bay while standing the chance of winning a massive £25,000 weekly prize for yourself!

Play the Herne Bay Community Lottery and make a real difference.

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Home-Start UK

A child’s earliest years are irreplaceable. Without a stable, loving and nurturing environment, a very young child will not develop the vital foundations they need. Home-Start is there for parents when they need us most, because childhood can’t wait.

Our local community network of trained volunteers and expert support, helps families with young children through their most challenging times. Home-Start offers no judgement, just compassionate, confidential help and support. Starting in the home, our approach is as individual as the people we’re helping.

Today and every day, in communities up and down the UK, Home-Start is offering volunteer led parent-parent support working alongside families, helping them to change their lives for the better.

By playing our lottery you are helping us and the Home-Start network give thousands of families the lifeline they need.

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Inverclyde Community Fund

50p from every £1 InverLotto ticket goes directly to Inverclyde Community Fund (SC042844). Inverclyde Community Fund gives grants to charities and community groups based in Inverclyde so that they can provide local activities and services and every every penny you give goes to help local good causes.

By buying a ticket, your donation funds our grants, and our grants help all sorts of people across Inverclyde - helping older people live life to the full; giving young people exciting new opportunities to play and learn, and investing in great new ideas for communities.

Inverclyde Community Fund usually funds small organisations that don't employ staff. We do that because it is those groups that can do amazing things with just a few hundred pounds. Yet they often struggle to attract the funding they need.

With the support of people like you, we can make more grants to more groups. Winning for Inverclyde!

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Jacobs Well Social Club

Jacobs Well Village Hall is now over forty years old and it is in need of T.L.C.

The village hall improvements fund is to bring the hall into the twenty first century so that all residents can benefit from this community asset.


80,000 young people experience homelessness each year in the UK.

People often think that this is an issue just in the big cities. The truth is it can happen anywhere. At key we work with around 400 young people each year.

Homelessness is a complex issue and is about more than housing.

Homelessness has a massive impact on the young people. For many, these problems have their root in suffering they have faced in their past, but without the right support; homelessness can lead to a downward spiral.

Young people say they have felt worthless and hopeless while they are homeless. Their lack of accommodation makes it impossible for them to plan a positive future.

Your support will help us to be there to help vulnerable young people to unlock their futures.

If you play 1 chance a week, £4.34 a month, it would help us to give vital information and support to someone struggling with the impact of homelessness.

If you play 2 chances a week, that's £8.68 a month; it could go towards counselling to help a young person face their past.

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Kie Park

Thank you once again for your support. It is important to us because the support you give will allow multiple generations to enjoy this multifunctional skate park.

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Kirkby-in-Furness Community Centre

Kirkby Community Centre is a sports and social organisation for the benefit of the residents of Kirkby-in-Furness. There are facilities for football, cricket, bowls and tennis. There is a children's playground and a building with changing rooms, showers a meeting room and a kitchen. Kirkby Community Centre is situated on a playing field at Beckside and has been a registered charity since 1950. A Gala is held annually in July, with fell races, stalls, sideshows and children's entertainment.

The Community Centre is run by a committee which represents all the sports clubs and we now want to build an indoor sports and training facility to be used by teams and individuals. Burlington and Broughton primary schools also want to use the sports hall, and we will welcome users from the surrounding area. The Unity lottery will contribute to the Development Fund, which is used to improve the facilities for all users. The current focus of development is the sports hall, and we are holding other fundraising events and applying for various grants.

Please HELP us to provide opportunities to improve the health and fitness of everyone in Kirkby, especially the older and younger generations who need local and easily accessible activities.

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Lancaster & District Homeless Action Service

Lancaster District Housing Action Service is based at a day centre in Lancaster and provides food, clothing, shower and laundry facilities to those I housing poverty. These services are provided by a small number of staff and many dedicated volunteers, without whom, much of the work wouldn't be possible.

Nowhere else in the district provides this level of care and we need the support of volunteers and generosity of individuals and organisations.

We help those in housing poverty to sort out some accommodation and furnishings, learn how to handle money and budget and also to find a job, or further their education and training. Helping people to do things for themselves will enable them to blend back into society.

As well as practical support, we are here to listen when nobody else will. We offer a helping hand to people who might be facing difficult times in their lives and strive to help them to gain independence once again.

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Ledbury Poetry Festival

Our Community Programme allows us to employ poets to work with vulnerable groups in Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

We work with the NHS, Women's Shelters, Probation Service, Youth Groups, Young Carers, Herefordshire Mind, residential care settings for the elderly, disabled and people with learning disabilities, and many other organisations to help vulnerable people express themselves through poetry. The School's programme enables us to put poets into schools to encourage the children to develop a love of poetry from an early age, and to make poetry fun and exciting so they continue that love of reading and writing throughout their lives.

We run ‘Festival in a Day' workshops to enable primary school children to write their own work and to perform in a showcase event at the end of the day. The July Festival puts on a number of free events and street events which allow families from all income brackets to get involved with events which otherwise would not be accessible to them. We also strive to keep our ticket process as low as possible to allow as many people as possible to be able to attend our diverse range of events. Our New Writers programme helps Emerging writers get established.

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Meadow Well Connected

We will be able to continue to help our local community thrive and grow their own solutions to the multiple problems they encounter, such as unemployment, health inequalities and mental ill-health.

Meadow Well Connected is grateful for your support. We are a community hub and garden based in the 2 most deprived wards of North Tyneside. We offer a range of supportive services to help our community thrive through a range of supportive services to help local people become more connected, improve their life chances through skills development and wellbeing activities, including:

  • Digital & employability support in our supported IT suite
  • Support for those with alcohol dependencies
  • An affordable after-school club which operates 50 weeks a year
  • Adult Day Care in our 5 acre community gardens & joinery workshop
  • Education for pupils in Alternative Education through our gardens & joinery workshop
  • Community cafe
  • Workshops, activities and seasonal events
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Training and room hire

We work with local partners to increase local provision and support local people to find their own solutions to the issues they are facing.

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My Space Housing Solutions

My Space Housing Solutions is a specialist, charitable housing association that provides houses and support for the most vulnerable people in our communities. Our housing is of the highest standard and based on each individuals requirements. Our staff are trained to make a difference and help make tenancies sustainable.

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Portsmouth Guildhall

The Portsmouth Guildhall has been central to community life in Portsmouth for over 125 years. In addition to providing a wide range of concerts and shows we also provide a number of community events, workshops and classes that are either free or at a greatly reduced price. This means we can give many more people, especially those with the fewest opportunities in life, access to music.

Your generosity and support is vital in helping this continue. Quite simply, we couldn't do it without you.

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Redditch Nightstop

Nightstop is a short term emergency accommodation option for young people in crisis, available to any young person aged 16 to 25.

We help young people who are in an immediate housing crisis by providing safe accommodation in the homes of volunteer hosts on a night by night basis.

Who are Nightstop hosts?

Hosts come from all backgrounds and ages and have the commitment to providing a warm, clean and safe environment for young people in crisis. Our hosts are police checked, health and reference checked and receive specialist training. These inspiring people are essential to Nightstop and provide an invaluable service to the young people.

What happens during a placement?

The young person will be provided with their own private room, an evening meal and breakfast the following morning. They will be provided with washing facilities, toiletries and somewhere to wash and dry their own clothing. As well as 24 hour on call support and a listening ear, if needed.

What happens afterwards?

Each day of the placement a member of the Nighstop team will meet with the young person to help them find a longer term solution to their housing need.

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Ripley Village Hall

Ripley Village Hall plays an important part in creating and maintaining our strong village community.

Sadly the current hall is at the end of it's life and we need to build a new one to meet the needs of the village in the 21st century.

Charity Number: 1162816

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Rutland Lottery

By contributing to the Rutland Consortium Lottery you are helping to provide funds for community groups across the county.

The Rutland Lottery is operated on behalf of the Rutland Consortium by the Rutland Neighbourhood Watch Association which holds a lottery licence issued by Rutland County Council.

Rutland community groups and charities are eliglble to participate in and benefit from the Rutland Lottery.

Contact Lead Organiser Ron Simpson at [email protected] or telephone 01572 823465.

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Shared Lives Plus

Shared Lives Plus is the UK network for Shared Lives and Homeshare. Shared Lives Plus helps our members to work together to survive and thrive, influencing local and national policy makers and providing support, training, events, resources, research programmes and access to insurance. Our members include nearly 6,000 Shared Lives carers, 150 local Shared Lives schemes and 20+ Homeshare organisations.

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Soper Hall Community Centre

The Soper Hall Community Centre Ltd is a community formed company limited by guarantee and a registered charity. It is dedicated to re-vitalising and refurbishing the Soper hall. The intention is to completely modernise the building and introduce a wide range of facilities.
By entering this lottery you help raise vital funds to achieve that Soper hall.......the place to meet.

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St Mary's PTFA

St Mary's PTFA exists to provide a closer less formal link between home and school. It is an excellent way to bring staff, parents and friends together, socially and in support of the school.

Much of our effort is focussed upon fundraising activity and this additional revenue is always put to good use throughout the school.

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The Community Lottery

The aim of the lottery is to create an additional source of funding that will enable community led organisations to undertake innovative projects that matter to them and that makes a difference in the community that they serve.

Their funding may fall short or may not fit within existing funding criteria. In doing so we seeks to broaden the range of opportunities communities have to take control of the quality of their lives and make decisions that broaden their horizons.

The Parenting Network

The Parenting Network is a not for profit social enterprise. Our work with families is delivered is delivered through a series of parental support services. 

We connect, share best parental practice and empower parents. 

The caronavirus has had a devastating impact on many families and our support is needed now more than ever beofre. 

The People's Project

The idea is to give the people of Dumfries an opportunity to invest directly in a scheme to improve the quality of life within the town – and the region.

We've seen huge sums of money raised for the Alexandra Unit over the years, - and of-course, undeniably, - the unit is a superb facility. However, - given the constraints placed upon the council with regards to budgets, - plus the present credit crunch, there appears to be little opportunity for investment from either the private or public sector.

Rather than waiting for the private investor to suddenly appear, - like a genie out of a bottle, - could we not all contribute, - in lots of little ways, - providing investment capital for the schemes we all want for the area?

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The Voice

The Voice FM service is operated by a ‘Not For Profit' organisation and run by local volunteers providing a vital service of local news and information that is important and relevant to the communities of North Devon, through music based programmes designed to appeal to a wide range of people. Any profits generated by The Voice FM must be used for securing or improving the future provision of the radio service or for delivering social gain & community benefits to the communities of North Devon.

Please continue to support us, and please encourage your friends, neighbours and work colleagues to join our lottery, and of course tell them about The Voice – truly local radio for North Devon.

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The Wallich

We believe in a Wales where people stand together to provide hope, support and solutions to end homelessness.

One entry into the lottery could provide a meal for someone where this may be their only guaranteed meal that that day.

Join today and be part of a community response to homelessness.

Our Mission:
We believe that everyone deserves the right to a home, and that everyone deserves the right to feel safe, valued and positive about their future. The Wallich operates under three core objectives:

1. Getting people off the streets
Our Rough Sleepers Intervention Teams help the most vulnerable and chaotic homeless people on our streets by providing outreach in the form of hot food, advice, referrals and pathways out of homelessness.

2. Keeping people off the streets
Our accommodation and support consists of direct access hostels, emergency night shelters and accommodation for people with specific issues such as substance misuse or mental health issues.

3. Creating opportunities for people
Our learning and employment projects are a range of services to encourage the people we support to get back into volunteering, education or employment.

We provide training courses, volunteering opportunities and practical workshops to support people to become work-ready.

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Three Rivers Community Partnership

A rewarding way to support to support your local community

Money raised through the Unity Lottery is distributed by the Three Rivers Community Partnership to good causes in Gillingham and surrounding parishes.

£21,850 has been raised since 2009.

50% of the money raised is distributed to local projects through a community grant and the other 50% is put aside for the Community Hall fund. To date, £15,000 has been raised to build a new Community Hall for the town.

Projects supported with money raised by the Lottery include RiversMeet Leisure Centre, Gillingham Town Meadow Refurbishment project, NorDISS, East Stour Village Planting Scheme, Gillingham Job Club, Gillingham Area Easy Read project and the Motcombe Cycleway.

If your group needs help to fund a local project in Gillingham or surrounding areas, you can find out how to apply by visiting the website or by speaking to the community resources worker on 01747 824327.

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Urswick Playground Association

All the funds to do this have to be raised by the association and our supporters whose continued help is much appreciated.

Thank You

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Wider Community

Wider Community is about creating a culture of charitable activity. We'll help you to make a meaningful impact in your community and to enjoy seeing the difference you make. We work with employers to encourage sustainable charitable activity in the workplace, empowering individuals to make a start and boosting the impact with matched giving. Please join our lottery today, and together we'll make a difference to your Wider Community.

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Woolaston Memorial Hall and Playing Fields Committee

Woolaston Memorial Hall provides facilities which enable the local community access to meetings, classes, sports and entertainment. It relies on community fund raising for maintenance and for capital projects such as an extension to provide extra storage and an enlarged kitchen. We greatly appreciate the generosity of the local community and others in their support.

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Wythenshawe Community Media

Wythenshawe FM is a local community radio station that use the medium of radio to support local people to learn new skills and help build their confidence.

It works with various individuals, some with physical and mental health barriers to produce their own radio shows and have more independence in their lives.

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Your Local Lottery

Your Local Lottery is generating funding for great causes across a broad range of projects and groups in Skelton.

All profits generated by your important lottery entries into Your Local Lottery are returned directly back to Skelton's great causes.


Now that 'Your Local Lottery' has launched Skelton's very own Lottery, we really do hope this superb community gets behind this ambitious local project,

So why was it created?

The 'mission' is to generate a regular, sustainable means of charitable donations back into Skelton, whilst giving those who enter a chance of winning weekly cash prizes from £100 up to £25,000 every week.

So why is Skelton Lottery different from others?

Every ticket sale is returned back to the locals doing great work in Skelton.
Quite simply, the more you play, the more we can do!

Your Local Lottery is helping the fantastic people of Skelton who give their time and energy into changing people's lives within this fantastic historic village.

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ZEST Cumbria CIC

Tickets are now available for an exciting new weekly lottery...

ZEST Lotto has been set up to support community projects in the local area.

We operate on the principle of raising money within the community for the community.

All supporters will get the chance to win prizes of up to £25,000 for just £1 per week.

Help make a difference by playing ZEST Lotto today!

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Winning Numbers: Friday 16th October 2020

  • 5
  • 2
  • 1
  • 5
  • 9
  • 4

Next Draw: 23/10/2020

Feeling lucky?

Enter your lucky lottery numbers to see if you have been a recent winner!

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How it Works

Support your chosen charity from as little as £1 per week.

Prizes & Odds

Everyone has an equal chance to win up to £25,000 every week.


Please check our frequently asked questions or get in touch.

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