Nearly 100 foundations, organisations and trusts across the country have signed up as ‘Good Causes’ for the Rainbow Lottery, the UK’s first lottery exclusively supporting the LGBTQ+ community.
The 92 Good Causes are increasing in numbers every day and are urging their supporters to purchase the £1 tickets, of which 50p goes directly to the Causes. Players have the power to choose which Good Cause they support, with a variety of Causes ranging from community centres and helplines to sports clubs and counselling all over the UK. Current Good Causes include The George House Trust, The Ben Cohen Stand Up Foundation, The Attitude Magazine Foundation, the Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra, Pride Sports, British Kickboxing Council and 15 Pride groups across the country from Dundee and Glasgow Prides to Surrey and Suffolk Prides.
The Rainbow Lottery, which launched this year, is already on track to raise upwards of £100,000 for these worthy causes in its first six months.
Players have a one in 50 chance to win one of the prizes, including a £25,000 jackpot every single week. After the first draw on Saturday 12 June, future Rainbow Lottery draws will take place every Saturday night.
Rainbow Lottery Co-Founder Tom Gattos says, “You don’t have to be gay to play! Be a Rainbow Ally and support your LGBTQ+ friends whilst giving yourself a chance to win £25,000!”
For your chance to scoop £25,000 this Saturday – and support one of almost 100 LGBTQ+ Good Causes, go to: www.rainbowlottery.co.uk!
You can support Consortium directly through your ticket purchases by clicking here: www.rainbowlottery.co.uk/support/lgbt-consortium