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Is there an Air Ambulance lottery?

Is there an Air Ambulance lottery?

The Air Ambulance Service Lottery is promoted and operated by The Air Ambulance Service (TAAS). The sole charitable beneficiary of this lottery is The Air Ambulance Service which will receive all of the proceeds after the deduction of the expenses of running the lottery, including the cost of the prizes.

What is daat lottery?

Lottery membership is really straightforward: Play for just £1 per lucky number per week. You could win a top prize of £1,350, two second prizes of £135, or one of 10 runners up prizes of £50. Each week your lottery membership number is entered into the draw. Winners are drawn at random by specialist software.

How many people take part in Postcode lottery?

11 million
There are more than 11 million postcode lottery players who have raised more than 10 billion euros for charities and social initiatives worldwide. Novamedia and the Postcode Lotteries were ranked the second biggest private charity donor in the world and the largest in Europe in 2018/19*.

How do I cancel my London air ambulance?

Cancellations & Refunds Members can cancel their membership at any time by calling the Supporter Care Team on 020 302 33319, by emailing [email protected] or by writing to Supporter Care, London’s Air Ambulance Charity, 5th Floor, 77 Mansell Street, London, E1 8AN.

Is there a lottery for Thames Valley air ambulance?

The Thames Valley Air Ambulance Lottery is a fun way to give regularly to support our vital services. You’ll be in with a chance of winning the top prize of £1,000, every week! As well as a second prize of £250 and ten prizes of £25 in our weekly draw.

Why was Harry treated by Midlands Air Ambulance?

Harry was treated by our crew after his car malfunctioned causing a major road traffic collision. Our Lifesaving Lottery funds every 4 out of every 10 missions and enables us to treat thousands of critically ill and injured patients like Harry each year.

Is the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Trust licensed?

Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 5068.

Why do we support East Anglian Air Ambulance?

Owners of Ufford Park Woodbridge Hotel, winners of the summer raffle, tell us why they support EAAA: “In January 2003, we were discussing the proposed charity that we wished to support for Colin’s impending Captains year at Ufford Park’s golf club. In our opinion a need for a helicopter supporterd ambulance service was paramount.

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