In line with sectors of our society re-opening under government supervision, we have been instructed by the Government, The Fundraising Regulator and the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, that we can re-commence fundraising activities in order to support the work we do in our community.
At Thames Valley Air Ambulance, all of our fundraising activities will be undertaken in line with Government risk assessments, and our fundraisers have undertaken extra training to ensure the safety of both themselves and the general public. All our fundraisers will be wearing PPE, and social distancing to ensure a contactless interaction.
During the pandemic we have kept our services functioning, taking into account the extra safety measures to protect all involved, and proudly serving those in need in our community. We look forward to extending this to our fundraising activities.
All fundraising activities will be kept under regular review, and should the need arise, we will amend our work as required.
THE LATEST WINNING NUMBERS
You don’t need to claim if you are a lucky winner, we will notify you in writing. You can check if we have your current address by contacting our supporter care team on 0300 999 0135 or sending us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A chance to win up to £1000 every week
COUNTDOWN TO THE NEXT DRAW HAS BEGUN
If you’d like to play our weekly lottery, you can sign up today by completing our online form.
To enter our weekly lottery you must be 16 years or over and live in the UK. Entries are only £1 a week and winners are drawn every Friday.
Payments are taken by Direct Debit every month. Your first payment will include two additional entries to make sure that you never miss a draw.
If you have a gambling problem and wish to talk to someone, you can contact the trained counsellors at GamCare.
Based on the number of chances in our weekly draw you have approximately a 1:6000 chance of winning the £1,000 jackpot.
Each lottery ticket costs £1, and you can purchase more than one ticket for each draw. You can also set things up to automatically purchase a set number of tickets for each week – which is what most of our players do.
If you’ve become one of our lottery winners, the money should be transfered into your account within five days of the draw results being published, but if you want to confirm that you are a winner, or have any other questions please do get in touch.
Yes, we do. We have a team of professional fundraisers who go door-to-door asking if residents would like to support Thames Valley Air Ambulance by setting up a Direct Debit to play our lottery.
Yes. This enables us to speak to many more supporters than we can ourselves. More conversations bring more support, so we can bring the best possible emergency medical care to patients when they need it most.
Yes, they are professionally trained and paid to work for us.
We partner with Lottery Fundraising Services (LFS), whose fundraisers work as part of our team. They are as passionate about what we do as us, and set themselves the same high standards of supporter care. They are licensed by the Gambling Commission as External Lottery Managers and are ISO 27001 compliant.
Our fundraisers wear a photo ID badge with our logo on it and will be dressed in a Thames Valley Air Ambulance polo shirt or jacket. Always ask to see the fundraiser’s ID badge and feel free to take a note of the number. If you have any concerns, call us on 0300 999 0135 or send us a message.
No. Our fundraisers are not authorised to ask for cash. They are only permitted to ask someone to sign up to play our weekly lottery or give a regular gift by Direct Debit. If you are asked for cash at your door, the fundraiser may not be genuine.
If you are making a complaint about one of our door-to-door fundraisers, please provide as much detail about the incident as possible including, the date and time, location and the ID badge number of the canvasser, if possible.
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