Court Lane supporters playing the Portsmouth Lottery have hit a groove, selecting winning numbers two weeks in succession.
A weekly prize of £25,000 is up for grabs, with a percentage of the ticket price coming back to good causes who have signed up to the Lottery. Bonus prizes are also offered – currently a £1,000 B&Q voucher is up for grabs.
Using the link above will trigger an additional £5 donation to the Club when your own donation reaches £5.
Every time you shop online, go to Easyfundraising fund and shop from their partners. We get a percentage of the nett price, with no additional cost to you! Online shopping has already £470 in donations for us, from partners such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Dunelm, Regatta.
Installing the Easyfundraising app on your ‘phone makes it even easier to support the Club on the move!
Buy tickets from the Portsmouth Lottery
Purchasing tickets from the Portsmouth Lottery means we get 50% of every ticket price, with 10% going into a charitable causes grant fund.
Buy a ticket now and you could win a Fitbit and Google Mini, as well as being entered into the weekly draw to win up to £25,000.
Currently we have sold 1,696 tickets raising £848 for the Club.
Why your support matters
There are a number of reasons why we value your support with our fundraising.
1. Most urgently, current numbers and mat fees do not quite cover the cost of hall hire. To give you an idea of costs, the total income from Easyfundraising to date does not cover the cost of one month’s hall hire.
2. To support the coaches. The club coaches continue to be unpaid, and fund their own coach development and revalidation.
3. Our mats are getting old. The 2×1 metre mats were purchased more than twenty years ago. The 1×1 metre mats were second hand from the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Whilst none need replacing yet, they are showing signs of wear and tear through constant handling. It would be prudent to start building up a mat replacement fund. At the last estimate, it would cost circa £5,000 to replace the current mats.
4. Ultimately, to have our own dojo (training hall), and be masters of our own destiny.