Lottoland adds two charity partners

By Gambling Insider

Online lotto betting operator Lottoland has announced the addition of two new charity partners, The Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) Association UK and Blue Cross.

The pair will be included in the operators Win-Win charity lotto in the UK, where 20p of every pound bet is donated to chosen UK charities.

The Win-Win charity lotto contains bets of £1 and a fixed jackpot of £250,000 for every draw, which take place every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

The draws works by drawing five balls out of a total of 49, and includes 10 bonus balls for up for grabs.

“We are delighted to welcome the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK and Blue Cross for pets as partners for our Win-Win Charity Lotto,” said Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell (pictured). “The PWS Association is a charity close to my heart and I have long been a supporter of the amazing work they do, and as a devoted dog owner, it’s great to be able to support a charity that goes above and beyond to help sick, injured, abandoned and homeless pets. With the support of our players, we hope to be able to make a real difference to these amazing causes.”

Susan Passmore, CEO at Prader-Willi Syndrome Association added: “With the help of Lottoland, we can continue our vital work to find strategies and treatments to help those with PWS.”

And  Natalie Paweleck, corporate partnerships manager at Blue Cross said: “The money raised by Lottoland will be a big help with our work caring for sick, injured and abandoned pets through our veterinary services and rehoming homeless dogs, cats, small pets and horses, and also supporting those who have lost their beloved pets.”


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