Home News & views Playing the Contact Weekly Lottery? Visit our new Facebook page!
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Monday 10 May 2021
Tags: fundraising, lottery
Want to find out if your Contact Weekly Lottery numbers were lucky enough this week for you to win a cash prize? Then give our new Contact Lottery Facebook page a ‘like’!
Each week we will be revealing our prize winners directly on our lottery’s Facebook page as soon as results are announced. Follow the page to find out if you’ve won £5, £25, £1,000, or even our incredible jackpot — a huge £10,000!
Even on weeks when you don’t win a prize, it won’t be all doom and gloom. We will let our Facebook page followers know exactly where your contributions are going. Because by playing the Contact Weekly Lottery, you’re helping thousands of families with disabled children in the UK to live better quality lives.
Don’t miss out on all the fun! Playing our lottery is an exciting and powerful way to support our vital work with families with disabled children.
For every £1 entry we’ll allocate you a unique 6-digit number. Match three or more numbers and win one of our great cash prizes between £5 and £1,000. If you match all six numbers, you’ll win an incredible £10,000!
You can play £1, £2 or £3 per week for more chances of winning.
Money raised from the Contact Weekly Lottery directly funds our support services for families. Last year alone we helped almost 200,000 parent carers with advice, support and information. We reached over 1 million people digitally — that’s no mean feat!
Joining our lottery means you can help us keep this up, while taking home some nice rewards as a bonus for you and your family.
And good luck!
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