Big C launches New Lottery to Help Those Affected by Cancer

Norfolk and Waveney cancer charity, Big C, has launched a charity lottery to attract financial support following the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Carole Slaughter, Head of Fundraising at Big C, said, “Our sources of income have been hard hit by the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak and so, as ever, we are looking for new ways to raise money and continue to provide as much help as possible for those in our community affected by cancer. We have been considering a Big C lottery for some time and we are delighted to now be able to announce its launch.”

Big C’s lottery is managed by Unity Lottery (Sterling Management Centre Ltd), a UK company with more than 20 years’ experience of running lotteries for charities.

For those over 18 who decide to play, there is the chance to support Big C and win up to £25,000 each week, plus other cash prizes. Players can take part for a minimum of £1 per week. For every £1 play each week, a unique 6-digit lottery number will be received. Each £1 entry has a 1 in 63 chance of winning one of four prizes.

A television commercial and press advertising campaign will support the launch To find out more please visit

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