We have joined forces with Unity Lottery to offer you the chance to win up to £25,000 every week!
The Umbrella Weekly Lottery is a great way for our supporters to win some amazing prizes, whilst also helping to support disabled children, young adults and their families across Derby and Derbyshire.
It’s really easy to join the Umbrella Lottery –you can sign up for as little as £1 per week.
Unity is managed by Sterling Management Centre, a UK company with more than 30 years’ experience of running lotteries for charities and for every line purchased at £1, we get 50p with the remaining 50p being split equally between the prize fund and Unity administration costs.
How to Play
For just £1 a week, you will be allocated your own 6 digit lottery number which will be yours for as long as you wish to keep playing. Every Saturday, following the draw, prize cheques are issued by post automatically, so there is no need for you to claim. If you would prefer to sign up offline, you can download and print a form here.
To win a prize, you need to match three, four, five or all six of the winning numbers in the correct place in the sequence:
Match 6 numbers – win £25,000
Match 5 numbers – win £1,000
Match 4 numbers – win £25
Match 3 numbers – win 5 free entries into the following week’s draw.
Umbrella is committed to responsible gambling, if you feel you have a problem with gambling, visit BeGambleAware or call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133.
Players must be resident in Great Britain. Underage gambling is an offence, not to be sold to or by persons under the age of 16 years old. Licensed by the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk.
The Unity Lottery is a common brand lottery jointly promoted by Sterling Management Centre and individual society lotteries. Each Lottery operated under Unity is a separate licensed lottery, operated by and supporting that particular good cause. Unity is administered by Sterling Management Centre, a registered External Lottery Manager, licensed by the Gambling Commission. Click here to find out more.