Congratulations to our winners! Discover their stories
Superdraw winner (£10,000), September 2020
Caroline was thrilled to bits to take home the £10,000 jackpot when she was announced as the winner in September 2020.
Caroline says Alzheimer's Society is close to her heart. Caroline's mum passed away from vascular dementia 12 years ago. Her mother-in-law has Alzheimer's and has just moved into a care home. Caroline has been playing the Super Draw for several years now.
'I wanted to help the charity, as well as keeping my finger crossed that I may win'.
Weekly Lottery winner (£1,000), March 2020
Hanna was absolutely ecstatic when she won the £1,000 jackpot! Always up for a good competition, she signed up to the Weekly Lottery so she could be do something good, 'a win-win way of giving to charity really!'
Hanna is a carer for people with dementia at a day service in London and her nan was recently diagnosed with vascular dementia, Hanna knew how Alzheimers' Society can help people affected by dementia. With her winnings, she treated her nan and her family to a nice dinner out.
What will you do with your winnings?
From treating a loved one to a nice meal or booking a weekend away, we love hearing and seeing what you do with your winnings.
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Promoter: Alzheimer's Society, 43-44 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AE.
Responsible Person: Alex Hyde-Smith.
£1 per entry. Must be 18 or over to play. Underage gambling is an offence. All proceeds to Alzheimer's Society.
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In 2021 £2,110,957 was raised from ticket sales in our Big Win Lotteries and Big Win Super Draws, with 8.27% spent on prizes, 71.49% was re-invested into growing our lottery programme so it can raise even more for good causes in the future, and 20.24% being used to fund the work of the Alzheimer's Society (based on the Lottery Submissions made by Alzheimer's Society to the Gambling Commission, during the 2021 calendar year). This translated to a fantastic £427,246!
In 2021, the likelihood of winning a prize was, on average, 1 in 133 in our regular Big Win Lotteries and 1 in 453 in our Quarterly Big Win Super draws.
Profits from the Alzheimer’s Society Big Win Lottery may fund grants for research projects that are relevant to people affect by dementia and fit within our funding remit that is organised into two streams: Biomedical research and Care, Implementation and public health research. View more information on how grants are awarded
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