Charity lottery where you can play lotto online for cash prize games
The Charity Lottery Play Monday Lotto has been supporting charities each week since 24 April 2005 by donating an incredible 20% from each ticket price direct to them. Great news for the many that it supports and great news for players because they have cash
prize jackpots up to the value of £10 million from just a £1 ticket.
Players can even choose those they wish to support. These charities who benefit include Beat Bullying, The Big Issue Foundation, Child Brain Injury Trust,
Breast Cancer Campaign, Children In Scotland, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Seafarers UK, Sight Savers International, Tommy's, Trees For Cities, Well Child and Whizz Kids.
There is a full list at their site and when you play the charity lottery online you can choose each charity and save your settings or change your nominated one
or up to five others each time. Since the launch over £2 million has been paid and there has been over 127,717 winners.
One to benefit is Born Free and the founder, actress Joanna Lumley, is delighted with the results and says:
Have a flutter - it's better for you and will help all those involved including Born Free in particular.
Play Lotto Online
In 2007 with their success they created a new play lotto online game in August 2007 with a fantastic new jackpot of £10 million! Any player that can match six balls and a bonus ball will win a guaranteed prize of £10 million. Winners who choose three numbers correctly can win £10,000 and those who choose four will win an incredible £50,000.
It is now broadcast the draw on live television on the satellite channel Sky 157. The lotto draw takes place at 9pm during the live TV show with live presenters.
During each broadcast 5 of their designated charities feature on the TV programme which helps even further to raise the profile of each.
Buying a ticket costs only £1 and is easily done at www.playmonday.com and each ticket has an equal chance of
winning the top lottery prize of £10,000,000. Click on Multiplay to do more than one charity draw. Registration is quick and easy and
then all you need to do is pick your numbers on the screen.
Visit after it has taken place at 9pm and the lottery results of play three, four and fantastic five will be displayed.
It is publicly listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). It is powered by NetPlay TV plc. It was purchased from Chariot UK plc in
January 2007 with the aim of producing a quality piece of entertainment whilst giving the chance to win large cash prizes and the ability to choose which to support
from proceeds of the cost of their £1 lottery tickets. Their motto and catchphrase is More dreams, more hope, more winners!
In the relaunch of their website it was decided to operate the company with a UK fixed odds license. This enabled them to
support more and give away bigger prizes.
Another that receives money from them is the Breast Cancer Campaign. They said:
We are delighted that you have raised this amount, and will of course be in touch in due course with a formal thank you.
Here's what one of the winners have said:
I received the cheque today and at last I could believe how lucky I am, until now I could not quite believe it, this is a Godsend to us, THANK YOU! Bunty
The UK National Lottery run by Camelot is another and donates some profits to charities throughout the United Kingdom. There are larger cash
prizes to be won from these though. For example in November 2009 two British people won an incredible £90 million between them after playing the
Euromillions draw. Each received £45,570,834 from the winning numbers 11 19 34 43 and 45. The lucky star numbers for this draw were 5 and 9.
The two winners were Les Scadding from Newport in from South Wales who bought two lucky dips to the Euromillions Draw after forgetting to take his usual numbers to Tesco. The other winner was a seven member syndicate based in Merseyside where they worked for Hewlett Packard performing IT work for a BT office in Liverpool. Media
sources named these as John Walsh, James Bennett, Sean Connor, Alex Parry, Emma Cartwright, Ceri Scullion and Donna Rhodes. They nicknamed themselves the Magnificent Seven and they each won £6.5 million.
The previous largest UK lottery win was won by Angela Kelly from Glasgow who won £35.4 million on Euro Millions draw in August 2008.
The largest European winner was Dolores McNamara from Ireland who won £77 million in July 2005.