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Please see details below relating to a Community Lottery Q&A Session as organised by Gatherwell:

The Good Causes of Cardiff deserve a new fundraising model!

Are you looking for a way to establish a regular fundraising stream with minimal effort and no out-of-pocket expenses? A community lottery may be just the answer for you! We are excited to invite you and your organisation to an upcoming information session that could potentially transform the way you raise funds for your noble cause. 

Click here to see the amazing impact it had in the Western Isles! The founder of Western Isles Lifestyle Lottery, Janet Paterson, had this to say:

“Gatherwell did everything they could to help us turn our ideas into action. They did all the marketing, set up the website, dealt with all the payments and back-office administration. It was amazing. We then knew this wasn’t just a pipe dream – we could actually support communities up here to thrive by helping people to help each other. We literally wouldn’t be here without Gatherwell.”

As a dedicated supporter of local good causes in our community, we believe that there is enormous untapped potential for raising funds through a Community Lottery. To help us achieve this potential, Gatherwell, an established External Lottery Manager who helps organisations raise over £6,000,000 every year, is organising an Information Session to introduce and discuss the Community Lottery Fundraising Model. This event is aimed at gauging local interest and support for launching a community lottery that could benefit various good causes in our area.

Event Details:

Community Lottery Q&A Session
18th October 2023 at 12:00pm Online

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  1. What is a Community Lottery? We will delve into the concept of community lotteries, how they work, and the potential benefits for local good causes.
  2. Success Stories: You will hear inspiring success stories from other communities that have embraced the community lottery model, highlighting how it has positively impacted their good causes.
  3. Local Support and Participation: We’ll discuss the importance of local support and involvement in making a community lottery a success.
  4. Q&A Session: An opportunity for you to ask questions and seek clarification on any aspect of community lottery fundraising.

We know that this initiative has the potential to provide a sustainable source of funding for your good cause. Your presence at this event is crucial, as it will help us gauge the level of interest and support among local good causes. Click here to view other success stories demonstrating how community lotteries have changed the fundraising landscape for local Good Causes. 

Please confirm your attendance by 17/10/2023. If you are unable to attend, we would appreciate it if you could designate a representative from your good cause.

If you have any immediate questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

We look forward to your positive response and hope to see you at the Information Session. Together, we can explore new avenues for funding and continue making a difference in our community.

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