SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity
About this cause:
It’s so easy to be a winner with SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity’s Weekly Lottery, plus you can feel great knowing you are helping to raise enough money to provide practical, financial and emotional support servicemen and women in our Royal Navy, Royal Marines, British Army or Royal Air Force, veterans and their families in times of real need.
For more than 130 years, SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity has been providing an enormous breadth of services which are generously supported by donations. Some examples of our work are: housing through to an adoption agency for military families; supporting service families with a child with an additional need or disability to those who have suffered bereavement; a confidential telephone helpline to mentoring for wounded, injured and sick service personnel who are making transition into civilian life. At the heart of SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity’s work are over 6,000 volunteers who help to provide direct practical support to beneficiaries within their local community across the United Kingdom and overseas.
By joining the Forces Lottery, you will help to make a real difference in the lives of more than 60,000 people that SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity supports every year. You can help to ensure that those who serve or have served our Nation, and their families, can count on us for support when they face hard times and need a helping hand.
Enter the Weekly Lottery today and you could be celebrating next week!
Joining the lottery is easy! You can sign up online by Direct Debit, or download a postal form to sign up by Direct Debit or Cheque.
The promoter of this lottery is Liz Graham, Queen Elizabeth House, 4 St. Dunstan, London, EC3R 8AD
Registered with the Gambling Commission under registration numbers: 000-004690-N-303167-007 and 000-004690-A-324866-002
SSAFA receives a minimum of 68% of all proceeds from the lottery, which is spent on our good cause work. 14% of lottery proceeds is spent on prizes and 18% on expenses.*
* Figures based on average for 2019