We would like to thank all those who have supported Daventry Mind by joining the local lotto. It is important to remember the important work that mental health services like Northampton and District Mind provide who those in need of support. So this year feel the community spirit and join now.
We are delighted to let you know that Daventry Mind now has a Local Lotto page !
Local Lotto is a new initiative from Daventry District Council to support good causes in the local area. The first draw will take place on 21st April, with a chance to win cash prizes of up to £25,000. Tickets are just £1 a week and if you sign up now you will be included in the Bonus draw for a chance to win an iPad or Spa day for two at Fawsley Hall.
Anyone buying a ticket for the Local Lotto before the draw on Saturday 2 November will automatically be entered into a special national draw to win one of five prize bundles consisting of an Amazon Echo, a Fire TV Stick, an Amazon Echo Dot and a Fire HD 8 tablet.
That is in addition to the community lottery’s usual cash prizes of between £5 and £25,000, which are up for grabs each week, as well as the opportunity to give a helping hand to local good causes.
DDC works in partnership with lottery organisers Gatherwell to run the Local Lotto, a weekly online lottery which redistributes half of its ticket sales to local community groups.
Anyone who buys a £1 ticket from www.local-lotto.co.uk can elect for 40p of the money to go to one of 83 local community groups, charities and sports clubs in Daventry District that have signed up to benefit.
A further 10p from each ticket sold goes into a general fund that is distributed by the Council to other local good causes.
There is a £25,000 jackpot for matching six numbers in sequence, plus prizes for matching five numbers (£2,500), four numbers (£250), three numbers (£25) and two numbers (£5).
Find out more at www.local-lotto.co.uk
You will be helping Mind to continuously raise awareness, putting mental health at the forefront of people’s minds and reducing the stigma and discrimination to people in your local community.