Foundation partner with Wolves Lottery

Wolves Foundation is to become one of the many good causes supported by the relaunched Wolves Lottery scheme to the benefit of people across the local community. 

The Wolves Lottery, formerly the Goalden Gate Superdraw, was relaunched at the end of last year with the aims of giving away many more exciting prizes along with the regular weekly cash giveaways and supporting more and more local charities and community groups. 

Wolves Lottery, which also supports the development of scholars at Wolves Academy, has already provided funding for charities such as New Cross Hospital’s Maternity Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, the Beacon Centre, Age Concern and Leukaemia Care. 

But with an increased emphasis on targeted support for people from Wolverhampton, the Lottery is now delighted to have linked up with Wolves’ official charity. 

 “I think we are all aware of the fantastic work Wolves Foundation does for our local community and for Wolves Lottery to play some part in supporting is extremely exciting and makes me so proud,” says Kevin Kay, Wolves head of ancillary sales. 

“When you look at recent campaigns such as Head 4 Health and Feed Our Pack, these projects have changed lives and hopefully with this collaboration we will be able to help fund more inspiring projects around Wolverhampton and the local community!” 

Wolves Lottery operates on a weekly basis and the big change from previously is that alongside the usual cash prizes, there will also be an additional range of Wolves-related ‘money can’t buy’ giveaways up for grabs. 

For every member that now signs up via the Foundation’s communication channels, the charity will receive 40% of their monthly fee so, as well as having a chance to win cash or a Wolves-related prize, participants are making a regular donation to support efforts to improve the lives of local people. 

“As a charity, fundraising is extremely important for Wolves Foundation in being able to carry out our work, and, like so many others, our ability to raise money has been affected by the pandemic,” says Demi Grundy, communications and fundraising manager with Wolves Foundation. 

“This link-up with Wolves Lottery is a really timely and much appreciated boost to the Foundation, and we are delighted to be among the many good causes which will benefit from people getting involved. 

“We would encourage supporters who might wish to play Wolves Lottery to take a look at what is on offer, knowing that not only can they have a chance of winning a cash or Wolves-related prize, but that they are also supporting Wolves Foundation in creating opportunities and changing lives for people within our city.” 

CLICK HERE to sign up for Wolves Lottery which, in turn, will donate part of your monthly fee to Wolves Foundation and CLICK HERE to check out previous Lottery stories of the good causes which the initiative supports.