Mole Valley Community Lottery

The Mole Valley Community Lottery is managed by us and all the good causes involved are non-profit organisations that benefit Mole Valley and its residents.

Each lottery ticket costs £1, with 50p going to a good cause of the player’s choice and 10p to a fund run by us which benefits climate change initiatives, the Environment Fund, in Mole Valley.

Players can also select this as their main good cause. The draw is held weekly on a Saturday evening.

The lottery is a fun and effective way for good causes to raise money

Clubs, groups, voluntary organisations, community interest groups and charities who provide community activities or services within Mole Valley can apply.

There is no set-up cost, and you’ll never have to pay anything, making it a simple and easy way to raise much needed funds.

Once signed up, you will have your own website as well as marketing materials, regular offers and non-cash prizes to help you promote your cause to your supporters – at no cost to you!

To determine eligibility see our Terms and Conditions and apply on the Mole Valley Community Lottery website.

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How our good causes are benefiting

Rye Meadows, one of the good causes to support, has already met their target:

“The lottery generates much needed income for us as we have ongoing expenses to manage the conservation area. Joining the scheme was simplicity itself and all advertising material is supplied by the lottery organisers. It’s a great scheme and we’d encourage other charities to join in to raise much needed income.”

Ashtead Rotary was delighted to feature as a good cause right from the start:

“The materials provided for marketing the lottery to potential supporters are so easy to use and the ad-hoc gift vouchers that are added as extra prizes, give us a good excuse to keep asking people to donate their money to us!

“We are on track to raise more than £1,000 in our first year and this will enable us to kickstart one of our new projects: to provide a regular Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme at Ashtead Youth Club for young people who may not otherwise have the opportunity to take part in this life-changing initiative.”