Voting Closed for National Lottery awards
Last Updated: Tuesday 29th June 2010, 09:48
We’re at the semi-final stage of the National Lottery awards 2010 and things are certainly getting exciting now, next up is the final round of public voting as the public vote is now closed for the semi-finals. The next round of public votes runs from July 26th to 13th August so now it’s time to think about what your favourite project for good causes is and vote accordingly. Every vote matters so choose carefully and you could be making one organisations dreams come true.
The National Lottery awards are an annual search to find Britain’s favourite lottery funded projects. All the projects who started out as contenders for the National Lottery awards must have already received cash for good causes and these awards are to celebrate how they have put this cash to good use.
There’s a winner for every single category of the National Lottery Awards and each winner will receive national recognition, appearing on the Saturday night BBC1 lottery show. Once the winners are decided, they will receive a £2,000 cash prize to spend on their project, the prize is not a lottery grant, simply a gift from the National Lottery to say ‘thank you’.
You can find more information about each category, how to vote and who is in the running at the National Lottery good causes website, the public are being urged to get involved in the next round of voting and it’s your way to have your say about your favourite lottery projects.
We don’t always agree about where money from lottery tickets should go, but this is one way we can ensure we get our say about National Lottery good causes.