Our first lottery winner, Paul, says that winning was a ‘huge surprise’ and he’s ‘glad to be supporting such a great local charity this way so they can assist those who are financially struggling with care at home’.
NEDCare provides over 1000 hours of regulated care in North East Dartmoor every month. In order to provide care for everyone who needs it, we sometimes have to subsidise the cost.
NEDCare’s vision as a charity is to provide ‘care for everyone who needs it, where and when they need it.’ As the eligibility threshold for support from local authorities continues to rise, many people have to choose between paying for food, heat or much-needed care.Through our Subsidy Fund, we top up the cost of care for those less able to afford it. In order to do this, we are reliant on fundraising and donations.
By taking part in our weekly fundraising lottery, you can support the work that NEDCare is doing, and for just £1 per week you will be in with a chance of winning up to £25,000 every week!
For every £1 you play each week, you’ll receive a unique 6 digit lottery number. Every Friday, a winning number is drawn at random. If your digits are in the same positions as the digits in the winning number sequence, you win a prize! Prizes include up to £25,000 in cash and bonus entries into the following week’s lottery, depending on how many numbers you have in the same positions as the winning number sequence.
NEDCare founder Julia Darby states, ‘we recognised the need to be more creative with our fundraising, and we are so thrilled that we can provide this option for people to support the work that NEDCare does, and perhaps win cash prizes! We hope the local community will get behind us by taking part in our lottery.’
A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds go towards supporting the work carried out by NEDCare.
To find out more, have a look at our Cause page on the Unity Lottery website.
Sign up here: fill out the Online Application Form where you can pay by debit or credit card or set up a direct debit.
Or download the PDF application form, which you can print out and post to the address at the bottom of the form.