Community at Heart Lottery

Play Community at Heart Lottery and support your community with a fundraising lottery

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At least 60% from each ticket sold goes to support the Broadland area, and there’s a chance to win the £25,000 jackpot every week!

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Community at Heart Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in the Broadland area. All good causes supported by the lottery will benefit the Broadland area and its residents.

Play the lottery, support the Broadland area - it’s that simple!

How tickets work?
Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week, with a top prize of £25,000!

About the draws
A weekly every Saturday night. Match all 6 numbers and you win the JACKPOT!

From every £1 ticket you buy 

60p will go to local good causes in the Broadland area and improving our community.

Continued support for The Matthew Project Charity is critical to long-term survival. ‘Don’t stop supporting us’ is the key message as supporters cancel their regular giving, or put it on hold, we don’t know how long the Covid19 situation will affect us and we need to
take whatever action we can to ensure our organisation is in the best position possible to weather this storm.


We want to pay tribute to all our supporters – we know that there are so many fantastic good causes out there and that you could choose to spend your money elsewhere. We are grateful that you chose us and we want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can with the funds that we receive. We have vowed to find ways to deliver services in the months ahead, but it’s not going to be easy – we really need people’s support more than ever in these unprecedented times.


The income we receive from Community at Heart Lottery provides us with a constant and reliable stream of income that we can rely on for the weeks and months ahead. Our message is a simple one. Thank you for your ongoing support and if you are in a financial position to do so, please consider buying another lottery ticket to support us. During this period of uncertainty, it is one way of safeguarding our community services.

Thank you