Big Lottery Fund
#ThanksToYou, National Lottery players!
Help us to celebrate the difference that National Lottery players have made to communities across the UK by saying #ThanksToYou
What is #ThanksToYou?
National Lottery players raise over £30 million for good causes every week, yet many people don’t know about the huge impact that they have on their local community.
To say thank you for their support, from 27 November - 3 December we’ll be sharing stories and achievements from brilliant projects made possible by National Lottery players.
How can my project join in?
We want you to share images, stories and achievements from your projects; telling us how National Lottery funding has helped you to get there. You can get involved by using the #ThanksToYou hashtag on social media and by contacting your local press.
To help you share your story, we’ve put together a toolkit of information and resources for you to use.
What to do
- Download the #ThanksToYou toolkit
- Post your pictures, stories and accomplishments on social media using the hashtag #ThanksToYou
Don’t forget to tag @BigLotteryFund on Twitter and ‘Big Lottery Fund’ on Facebook!
- Send a press release about how National Lottery funding has helped your project to your local press. Use our guide on ‘how to write a press release' to make sure you include all the important details.
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National Lottery cash to tackle loneliness amongst older Scots15/12/2017 11:25:00
Hundreds of isolated older people in Glasgow are amongst those benefiting from £1,891,359 of National Lottery cash announced yesterday (Thursday 14 December).
£1.4 million of funding to support young people in Northern Ireland14/12/2017 12:20:00
Young people across Northern Ireland are improving their mental health and transforming their lives, thanks to over £1.4 million of National Lottery funding.
£2 million National Lottery boost to innovate and improve public parks12/12/2017 12:32:00
Groups and organisations are being sought to test innovative ways of managing the UK’s public parks following a £2 million National Lottery funding boost for the Rethinking Parks programme.
Memory of 9 year-old who passed away from brain tumour lives on thanks to her parents and National Lottery players11/12/2017 10:25:00
The family and friends of a young girl who passed away from an inoperable brain tumour is celebrating the news that National Lottery money will see the memory of their child live on.