Support your local community and win prizes
Due to COVID-19, hundreds of fundraising events in the district have been cancelled. This means many charities and local organisations won’t get the vital funds they need and some have had to reduce or stop services at a time when the most vulnerable members of society need them most.
The Tandridge Together Lottery supports 160 local good causes which are registered, including community centres, sport clubs and charities supporting a range of needs. All the profits from the £1 lottery ticket you buy goes directly to your chosen good cause. By supporting our lottery, players have raised more than £181,000 for local charities and voluntary organisations.
These funds help local good causes deliver the valuable work they do for our residents and the district. Moor House School & College, a specialist school for children and young people with language disorders, is registered on the lottery. They have been ensuring their students are safe, supported and have access to education and tele-therapy during these unprecedented times. Unfortunately, they’ve had to delay building their therapy hub because so many of their fundraising events have been cancelled.
The Principal of Moor House School & College, Helen Middleton was pleased to hear one of their lottery supporters had won the second highest cash prize earlier this month and said: “I’m delighted one of our lottery supporters has won £2,000 and I’d like to thank all our lottery players for their continued support. I’d encourage everyone who can, to buy a ticket and support a good cause.”
In addition, on Saturday 29 August, Tandridge Together Lottery players could win one of five £100 B&Q gift cards, to help finish off any DIY projects started during the lockdown period. All players who join the lottery by Saturday 29 August will be entered into the special national prize draw, as well as a chance of winning cash prizes, including the jackpot of £25,000.
To buy tickets or register as a good cause visit www.tandridgelottery.co.uk. Residents who don’t have access to the internet can also take part by calling 01883 460555