The Lottery Charity Partnership is a new and
innovate revenue stream for charity.
The National Lottery generates £31m per week for good causes. FACT
Good causes are defined as health, education, arts and sports projects.
What if we could do more for the charity you choose to support?
Whether it’s a national or local charity and a cause close to your heart,
with our idea, your cause would receive more in donations just by buying your weekly National Lottery ticket.
And we’re suggesting a new way of buying your ticket, one where your charity earns the sales commission.
The National Lottery has paid out £5 billion in sales commission to retailers since 1994. FACT
We’re suggesting that instead of buying your lottery ticket from a
retailer you go onto your chosen charity website and purchase your National Lottery ticket there.
This means that registered charities across the UK can benefit and have a
share of the sales commission given to charity - £5 billion in just over 10 years.
Did you know? Charities could stand to benefit from their share of £1m per week. FACT
We need your support to prove to Camelot that there is a demand for the Lottery Charity Partnership.
If you agree that charities are deserving of more funds then
Did You Know?
OBE and co-founder of the Muir Maxwell Trust
“ We believe this to be an excellent concept and we think
that charities should receive their share of the profits from the lottery. It’s becoming increasingly challenging raising funds
in the third sector and the sales commission figures are substantial.”
Chief Executive Officer at Ayrshire Cancer Support
"Ayrshire Cancer Support is a medium size charity carrying out free vital cancer support services for patients and their loved ones yet we receive no statutory funding at all. This means we need to raise funding through our own events and clients donations. The ability to raise income via Camelot would help us to be able to carry on delivering our services."
Please share this page with your charity supporters and
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are a charity and would like to register, please complete this link