Following the official Wolves Lottery launch last week, the club’s dedicated lottery team are proud to be broadening their support to the local community.
Previously, the Goalden Gate Superdraw ran for 20 years and raised over £6m for Wolves Academy and £100,000 for New Cross Hospital’s Maternity Unit, but the newly-formed Wolves Lottery has even greater targets.
The Lottery has re-branded into a new and exciting product, with a more dynamic and digital focus, with the aim to help the people of the Black Country through supporting local charities, grassroots sport and the Wolves Academy
On the launch, Kevin Kay, Wolves head of ancillary sales, said: “Since Fosun have been at the helm, the club has evolved greatly, and I wanted Wolves Lottery to be a part of that.
“Whilst we have had a lot of success with the Goalden Gate Superdraw in raising funds for good causes, I felt it was time to adapt and give the fans a much better lottery product – one they can be proud of being a member of.
“The change will give the club a much-needed stronger identity with the supporters and the club’s partners alike and I am very excited about the future of Wolves Lottery.”
Wolves Lottery will continue to operate on a weekly basis, but the prize fund has changed. Now, a fantastic range of Wolves giveaways will be available, as well as cash.
The first jackpot winner was William Percival, who scooped £1,000, but with over £1,875 given away in total every Monday, there is going to be big winners every week.
The Wolves Lottery would like to thank supporters for the continued commitment and will aim to deliver more donations to good causes around the local community than ever before.