Win Big This Christmas With 25K Jackpot

16th December 2015

Autism Plus, a local charity that supports young people and adults with autism and other complex needs is offering supporters the chance to win up to £25,000 this Christmas thanks to the NVCO 'Give and Win' Lottery.

Autism Plus through the NVCO 'Give and Win' Lottery - the UK's first online fundraising lottery is giving every person that purchases a £2 ticket the chance to win up to £25,000 in prize money plus with every ticket sold 50% is also given back to charity. Mel Russell, Fundraiser for Autism Plus said -The 'Give and Win' Lottery is a fantastic opportunity to offer our supporters and the public the chance to win big just in time for Christmas and at the same time increase donations to Autism Plus. It's a cheap, easy and quick action that could not only help change your life but help change the lives of the many individuals we support with autism, learning disabilities and other complex needs at the same time. Autism Plus provides a range of innovative and person centred services including residential support; independent living supporting people to live in their own homes or with their families; employment support; life skills and social activities; social enterprises and children's services. All of the services enable each individual to improve their confidence, develop skills and be as independent as possible. Last year 343 people were supported by Autism Plus. For the chance to win visit http://voluntary.giveandwin.co.uk/charitypage/autism-plus/ Prizes issued are as follows: (a) For a 6 Number Match the prize will be £25,000 to the player, £25,000 to the cause or charity nominated during registration. (b) For a 5 Number Match the prize will be £1,000. (c) For a 4 Number Match the prize will be £100 (d) For a 3 Number Match the prize will be three free tickets into the next available draw  

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