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LGBT Lottery is launched

LGBT Lottery is launched

From 9am on 22nd April, the British LGBTQ+ community makes history with our first lottery that exclusively supports all our own good causes…our own Prides, our own Helplines, our own Trusts, Foundations, Community Centres, Sports Groups – you name it, if it’s an LGBTQ+ good cause and they’ve registered with us, we support it. 

Currently, we have over 50 LGBTQ+ good causes registered (we’d still welcome more if we’ve missed any)! It may have taken us awhile to reach this milestone, but now we stand shoulder to shoulder with everybody else – and in fact, that’s all our community has ever asked of this world! And the bonus for our good causes, is that players can choose which one to support and know their chosen good cause will get a whopping 50p of every pound they spend. That’s where we show our sparkle. Because others, like The Post Code Lottery, only gives 30p, The National Lottery only gives 28p and The Health Lottery just gives a drab 20p! 

Naturally we have prizes, too - a £25,000 jackpot, £2,000, £250 and £25 prizes plus 3 free tickets – every week! But c’mon, let’s be honest, it’s really about the mountains our community still has to climb. That’s why we have so many good causes. And with your help, they’ll at last have the extra funds to climb them. So play our own lottery, support our own community – boom. We all win now.

George House Trust has now officially registered with The Rainbow Lottery. 

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Published: 16-Apr-2021

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