January 19, 2018
The intergenerational arts charity Magic Me has been awarded a fantastic £100,000 by players of People's Postcode Lottery. The award will enable Magic Me to take forward its plans for long-term growth over the next two years. Part of that growth will be to add a number of care homes to the roster ...
January 16, 2018
Since 2014, Global Witness has worked with local communities in Papua New Guinea (PNG) to advocate for their legal rights and protect their critically important rainforest – the third-largest tropical rainforest left on Earth. PNG's forests are vital to the daily lives and cultural traditions of ...
January 11, 2018
Liberty's vital Advice and Information service – which helps thousands of people across Britain every year – is to receive £250,000 thanks to People's Postcode Lottery players. The award will allow Liberty to provide free support and guidance to tens of thousands of people who have nowhere else t ...
December 27, 2017
With peak hunger season approaching in Zimbabwe, many people are once again feeling the strain. One community is bucking the trend, though, having reaped the rewards of a British Red Cross project funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery. The project aims to better prepare rural communities ...
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Protecting Our WoodlandsRead more
Players' support of Woodland Trust Scotland ensures a nation rich in woods and trees
|July 21, 2015||
Caring For Our PlanetRead more
Friends of the Earth and Friends of the Earth Scotland are concerned about our planet's future
|July 20, 2015||
Sun Shining In RainhillRead more
Rainhill is in the money, as players will take home £2 Million in July's Postcode Millions
|July 14, 2015||
Orchestrating Kids' SuccessRead more
Children across Scotland benefit greatly from playing in Sistema's orchestras
|July 09, 2015||
Funding Applications OpenRead more
Charities and community groups are encouraged to apply for funding
|July 07, 2015||
Caring Cancer CentresRead more
Maggie's is able to provide support to people with cancer, thanks to players