One year of Wolves Lottery

This week, Wolves Lottery celebrates its one year anniversary, during which time thousands of people in need have benefited from funds raised.

On 30th November 2020, Wolves Lottery was formed and since then £220,011 has been handed over to local charities and worthy causes.

Those benefitting from Wolves Lottery include Age Concern Birmingham (£15,000), Leukaemia Care (£12,000) and the Beacon Centre (£6,000), as well as Birmingham Children’s Hospital, New Cross Maternity Unit, Walsall Manor and Telford Samaritans.

Important funds have also been raised for local grassroots football including AFC Telford United and Stourbridge FC, while the work of the Wolves Foundation has been assisted during the pandemic.

Wolves Lottery subscribers Alex Jaundrill and Oliver Owens have recently won signed copies of FIFA 22, while matchday museum experience tickets, signed balls and shirts, kit hampers and personal messages from Raul Jimenez were also won.

While, over the past year, almost £100,000 cash prizes have been won by Wolves Lottery participants.

Also, Wolves Lottery is supporting Giving Tuesday, a global campaign to encourage giving and donations to those in need as the festive season approaches, so please give what you can.