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The National Lottery Community Fund is providing £2.4m of funding to 48 projects across the UK as part of its Leaders with Lived Experience programme.
The National Lottery Community Fund is providing £2.4m of funding to 48 projects across the United Kingdom as part of its Leaders with Lived Experience programme. The lottery funding will support organisations to better embed experts by experience in all aspects of operations including...
GambleAware has published its first report tracking residents’ use and access to its National Gambling Treatment Service facilities across Scotland and Wales.
Responsible gambling organisation GambleAware has published its first report tracking residents’ use and access to its National Gambling Treatment Service (NGTS) facilities across Scotland and Wales. The data for Scotland and Wales has been independently gathered by healthcare research consultancy ViewitUK, as GambleAware aims...
Mississippi Lottery has collected more than $75m in total net proceeds since July 1, 2020, following the most recent transfer of funds to the state's treasury.
The Mississippi Lottery Corporation (MLC) has announced it has collected more than $75m in total net proceeds for the state since July 1, 2020, following the most recent transfer of funds to the Lottery Proceeds Fund in the state’s treasury. In declaring its January...
National Lottery Heritage Fund will provide £13.5m through its Heritage Capital Kickstart Fund to help 22 heritage sites across the UK impacted by COVID-19.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund will provide £13.5m in grants through its Heritage Capital Kickstart Fund to help revive 22 heritage sites across the United Kingdom impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Planned regeneration and maintenance projects from before the pandemic, that are facing...
Blondel Cluff CBE has been named as the next Chair of the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF), replacing interim chair Tony Burton CBE.
Blondel Cluff CBE has been named as the next Chair of the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF), replacing interim chair Tony Burton CBE. Appointed by Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Oliver Dowden, Cluff will hold the position of NLCF...
This week’s SBC Digital Italy is set to deliver an in-depth analysis of the latest developments in one of Europe’s largest betting and gaming markets.
This week’s SBC Digital Italy conference and exhibition is set to deliver a timely and in-depth analysis of the latest developments in one of Europe’s largest betting and gaming markets.  The online event on Wednesday 17 February will bring together 750 executives from the...
GambleAware has launched ‘There, but not There’, a campaign targeting women aged 18-54 part of its ‘National Gambling Treatment Services’ strategy for 2021.
GambleAware has launched ‘There, but not There’, a nationwide marketing campaign, targeting women aged 18-54, that seeks to raise awareness of its problem gambling treatment and support services. The campaign is part of the responsible gambling charity’s ‘National Gambling Treatment Services’ strategy for...
A Michigan State Representative has proposed new bill that would allow the state’s winners of multi-state games to remain anonymous when claiming a prize.
A Michigan State Representative has proposed new legislation that would allow the state’s winners of multi-state games to remain anonymous when claiming a prize. Currently, only winners of local in-state Michigan games are allowed to remain anonymous. The bill, introduced...
The People's Postcode Lottery has made a £2m commitment to conservation non-profit African Parks as part of its £24m Climate Challenge Fund.
The People's Postcode Lottery has made a £2m commitment to conservation non-profit African Parks as part of its £24m Climate Challenge Fund. The funds will help to conserve four major protected areas which are under the management of African Parks in partnership with Governments...
FDJ has reported a ‘gradual recovery’ in its 2020 financial performance as strong second-half lottery sales helped it alleviate the impact of the pandemic.
Groupe Française des Jeux (FDJ) has reported a ‘gradual recovery’ in its financial performance for 2020, as strong second-half lottery sales helped the French operator alleviate the impact of the pandemic from earlier in the year. Completing its first year as a Paris Euronext...