Ellen MacArthur Foundation (charity number 1130306) (“EMF”) operates its own society lottery, licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission, for the sole purpose of raising funds to support our mission.
EMF’s society lottery is regulated by the Gambling Commission under society lottery licence numbers: 000-056740-N-332591-001 and 000-056740-R-332590-001. The responsible persons are Joanne Bootle and Jon Ely.
Our lottery is promoted and managed for us by our external lottery manager, People's Postcode Lottery (Company Number 04862732)
People’s Postcode Lottery manages multiple society lotteries promoted by different charities and good causes. People play with their chosen postcodes for a chance to win cash prizes. A minimum of 32% from each subscription goes directly to charities and good causes across Great Britain and internationally. Players have raised over £500 million so far.
This helpful video explains more about how the lottery works.
We are committed to ensuring that our lottery is operated in a secure, fair and socially responsible way and to endorse responsible gambling amongst players. We require our external lottery manager, People’s Postcode Lottery, to have the appropriate processes in place to ensure that the three objectives outlined in the Gambling Act 2005 (listed below) stand up to scrutiny.
The policies below set out our approach to ensuring our gambling activities are conducted in the appropriate way:
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