Thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery, we're able to put on events like 'Our Wildlife' with guest speakers such as BBC's Springwatch's Iolo Williams.
Protecting nature reserves
Support from players of People's Postcode Lottery means we can create and maintain habitats on our nature reserves, like woodland management at Briarwood Banks, with our team of dedicated volunteers.
Our Patron, Conrad Dickinson, carried the People's Postcode Lottery flag to the South Pole on his recent expedition - an amazing achievement, and a great opportunity to show our appreciation to players for supporting our wildlife charity.
Thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery, our Gardening Group can keep our St Nicholas Park reserve clear of litter, free of graffiti and look after the wildlife garden and ponds for visitors to enjoy.
People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery raising funds for, and increasing awareness of, charities and good causes like Northumberland Wildlife Trust - players have raised £919,940 for us to date!
Support for our charity
For every £2 you spend with People’s Postcode Lottery, 55p goes directly to local charities like us.
The scale of charity funding from People's Postcode Lottery is breathtaking!
Thanks to the support of Postcode Green Trust – funded entirely by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery – Northumberland Wildlife Trust is doing more than ever before. We are able to deliver education opportunities and events for local communities and schools, as well as maintaining reserves and wildlife sites around the region and continuing our vital conservation work. It’s not just the funding we benefit from either. The continuing support of Postcode Green Trust is also increasing awareness of our work, helping us to reach new supporters.
"The scale of charity funding from People's Postcode Lottery is breathtaking - it's an incredible feat for them to become the third biggest charity supporter now in the world, giving over £148.3 Million in total to charities to date. For charities like Northumberland Wildlife Trust, players of PPL make a huge difference to our work.
Funding helps us to safeguard important species like red squirrels, otters and water voles, but also enables people of all ages to join in our fantastic events, and visit our nature reserves around the region where they can experience wildlife first-hand.
As one of the first recipients of its charity funding, NWT is proud to be partnered with PPL, and in these economically challenging times, their support gives all charities hope and added strength."
Mike Pratt, CEO, Northumberland Wildlife Trust
- In 2016, there'll be Postcode Millions draws every month, each with a massive £3 million prize fund.
- Each day, Monday to Friday, winning tickets in 5 postcodes scoop £1,000 each with our Daily Prize.
- In our Saturday Street Prize, players in a lucky postcode win £25,000 for each ticket they play. Every weekend, we have two Saturday Street Prizes.
- Every Sunday, your ticket can win £100, £50, £20 or £10.
- Every month, one player drives away a brand new BMW. Every ticket in the winner's postcode picks up a £5,000 cheque.
- Each month, tickets in one lucky postcode win a £5,000 Dream Holiday prize.
It's not just players who win with People's Postcode Lottery. 55p from every £2 ticket goes to good causes and good causes, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £148.3 Million, which is distributed to beneficiaries through the People's Postcode Trust, Postcode Community Trust, Postcode African Trust, Postcode Animal Trust, Postcode Care Trust, Postcode Children Trust, Postcode Culture Trust, Postcode Dream Trust, Postcode Earth Trust, Postcode Global Trust, Postcode Green Trust, Postcode Heroes Trust, Postcode Local Trust, Postcode Planet Trust, Postcode Sport Trust, Postcode Support Trust, Dogs Trust and WWF-UK.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has received £919,940 from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, funding a wide range of conservation and education projects.
If you would like to play People’s Postcode Lottery, have the chance of winning big, and help to support NWT, then sign up here to play now or call Freephone 0808 1098765.
Players supported the ‘staycation’ event of the summer
This August, and for the second year running, players of the charity lottery enabled members of the public to connect with nature at the Trust’s outdoor festival aptly titled ‘Our Wildlife’ at Blagdon Hall Estate on the outskirts of Newcastle. Read more.
Charity lottery launches in Germany
People’s Postcode Lottery, the charity lottery which, to date has supported more than 344 good causes, including a wildlife charity in this region, has now launched in Germany. Read more.
The Ice Man Cometh
Forget Adele headlining at Glastonbury and Coldplay joining forces with Barry Gibb to get everybody dancing in the mud, we have a polar explorer from our region headlining at its ‘Our Wildlife 2016’ festival next month, supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery. Read more.
People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery. Players play with their postcodes to win cash prizes, while raising money for charities and good causes across Great Britain and globally.
A minimum of 30% goes directly to charities and players have raised £148.3 Million for good causes across the country.
£10 for 10 draws paid monthly in advance with prizes every day. For further prize information visit: www.postcodelottery.co.uk/prizes.
Maximum amount a single ticket can win is 10% of the draw revenue to a maximum of £400,000.
Players can sign up by Direct Debit, credit card or PayPal online at www.postcodelottery.co.uk, or by calling 0808 10-9-8-7-6-5.
Postcode Lottery Limited is regulated by the Gambling Commission under certificate nr 000-000829-N-102511-011 and 000-000829-R-102513-010. Registered office: Titchfield House, 69/85 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4RR.
People’s Postcode Lottery manages multiple society lotteries on behalf of a range of charities including sixteen grant-giving trusts. For details on which society lottery is running each week, visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk/society.