Hft | Charity lottery | Play our weekly lottery for the chance to win £25k

You can help support people with learning disabilities and have the chance to win £25,000 by playing Hft’s weekly lottery. Enter from just £1 a week.

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You’ve got to be in it to win it!

How it works

When you sign up, choose your lucky six numbers which will be entered into the weekly Friday draw. If you win, you’ll receive a cheque in the post with your winnings! And your support will be helping people with learning disabilities. We’re working in partnership with Affinity Lottery who provide all of the lottery prizes, and 50% of your lottery money comes straight to Hft.

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First prize – £25,000 Second prize – £1,000 Runner up prizes – £300

How playing our charity lottery helps

There are 1.5 million adults in the UK living with a learning disability. The way that people are affected varies, everyday life can be physically, mentally and emotionally challenging. Some people are able to care for themselves and carry out everyday tasks, while others with profound learning disabilities often have considerable difficulty communicating and very limited understanding.

We put people with learning disabilities and autism at the heart of everything we do. We work closely with them, their families and carers, and health professionals to make sure that their care and support is personalised to meet their individual needs. We help people with learning disabilities live as independently as possible, giving them the confidence to make choices and the chance to live their life the way they want. But we don’t do it alone. As a charity, our specialist support relies on the generosity of those around us. So, we hope that you’ll enjoy playing our lottery, why not sign up today?

Sign up to Hft’s charity lottery now

Good luck!

How your money helps

  • £5 can give someone we support a weekly call, a much needed life-line.
  • £30 can help someone communicate. Big button communication aids can be set up to make common phrases just a button press away, for example “please can I have a cup of tea” or “please can you open the curtains”.

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