Health Lottery Good Causes
The Health Lottery’s good causes benefit from 20p for every £1 spent on tickets. Rather than acting as a national lottery, the Health Lottery represents 12 society lotteries covering every area of Great Britain. They help fund health-related projects through their charity partner, the People’s Health Trust.
The society lotteries take it in turns on a monthly basis to host the draws, raising money in their local area for schemes that do not already receive NHS funding.
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The Health Lottery has worked with national charities like Mencap and Dementia UK, and has supported other non-profit organisations in local communities. Projects that have benefited from funds raised by Health Lottery players include:
- Waltham Forest Seniors’ Club received £47,000 to run arts classes in a new friendship hub that helps local senior citizens who are suffering from loneliness or depression.
- An award of £17,000 was made to the United Community Centre in Northam, Devon to pay for a leader to run “challenging and stimulating” youth club sessions.
- The People’s Health Trust provided Hulme Community Garden Centre in Manchester with £44,077 to continue its work helping those with mental health issues and problems with drink or drugs as well as giving locals in social housing without gardens a chance to grow plants.