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Cumbria wildlife charity celebrates £100,000 lottery total

Hazel Jones, Senior Fundraising Officer at Cumbria Wildlife Trust. The charity’s Win for Wildlife Lottery has now raised over £100,000 for wildlife.
Hazel Jones, Senior Fundraising Officer at Cumbria Wildlife Trust. The charity’s Win for Wildlife Lottery has now raised over £100,000 for wildlife.

[C]umbria Wildlife Trust has announced that its Win for Wildlife lottery has raised over £100,000 to support wildlife in Cumbria. The online scheme costs £2 to enter and every month participants are entered into a prize draw, including a monthly jackpot of £500.

Michelle Waller, Senior Development Officer at Cumbria Wildlife Trust said: “Since our Win for Wildlife lottery was launched 13 years ago, 1,919 winners have shared a prize fund of over £105,000 and they have raised an incredible £100,203. All profits go directly to protecting wildlife so we can guarantee that the money raised goes to keeping Cumbria an amazing place for people and for wildlife.”

Michelle explained: “The Win for Wildlife Lottery is a really hassle-free way of donating. Each month we have some great cash prizes on offer and there’s a far greater chance of winning than most lotteries. If you love wildlife then playing this lottery is something wonderful you can do to help protect it – and of course you have a real chance of winning £500 each month too!”

To find out more about how to support Cumbria Wildlife Trust through the Win for Wildlife lottery, go to www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk and click on How You Can Help.

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