National Lottery games give players the opportunity to win life-changing sums of money and the chance to make a difference to the nation. You could say they play for the win–win.
An army of National Lottery millionaires have helped create four beautiful gingerbread houses for good causes across the country.
A mum of one from Witham in Essex ignored the ‘news about her ticket’ email for three weeks before finally discovering she was a millionaire. The win now has Jacqui Shannon making life changing plans for her and her family’s future.
For Balvinder Malhotra, a £70,000 scratchcard win was the bottom-line boost he needed to buy a new convenience store.
Thanks to you, a small community project is able to help more families help themselves.
Set up by dancer Jen Blackwell with help from The Big Lottery Fund and UnLtd, DanceSyndrome is a dancer-led, disability-inspired company.
National Lottery-funded The Big Music Project helps young people like David Ketiku get a foot in the door of one of the world’s most competitive industries.
We link our life-changing brand to how we act as an organisation and make sure our employees are given the opportunities they need to bring it to life.
All of our permanent employees get two volunteer days per year with further time available if volunteering is linked to their personal development.
We offer match funding and the option to donate through the Give As You Earn payroll scheme.
"I volunteered to be on the Business Enterprise panel as I thought it sounded like a fun opportunity where I could really add some value to the local community. It’s also beneficial from a personal development perspective for honing influencing, mentoring and leadership skills."