Join us for the launch of the new Clacks Community Lottery

Come along to the launch of the new Clacks Community Lottery

CTSI are launching a new online lottery called Clacks Community Lottery. We are initiating the lottery after the success of the #Buythegoodstuff Raffle last December and recognise that this is an excellent way for local people to support directly to their local communities and causes close to their hearts.

60p from every £1 ticket of the Community Lottery tickets will go direct to charities, voluntary organisations and other local good causes. Players of the lottery can win a £25,000 jackpot, plus smaller prizes every week.

There are two parts to the Clacks Community Lottery scheme – good causes, like yourself, will be able to have your own lottery page created, and 50p in every pound spent by players using your webpage will be retained by you. A further 10p in every pound will go into a general Community Lottery good causes fund, with the remainder being put towards prizes, operating costs and VAT.

To get the most from the event, we invite you to attend the ‘Good Causes’ launch for the Clacks Community Lottery with key members of your organisation. You will be able to hear all about the new lottery, how it works and how your organisation can directly benefit from participating.

There will be a short presentation by Phil Wright, Senior Commercial Manager from Gatherwell .

Community Benefits Update – Local and NHS Portal

Last year CTSI helped create the first Community Benefits Wishlist. We have now done some further consultation with members and suppliers and want to introduce the new framework and how it will work and how this can then be used to upload community benefits to the new NHS Community Benefits portal also.

Speakers – Zahra Hedges & Anthea Coulter

You can sign up on the day and be one of the first local organisations to benefit from Clackmannanshire Community Lottery.

Register: https://bit.ly/3fLa2lA

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