How to play
- Pick how many entries you would like to play each week – For every £1 entry, 50p comes directly to Inter Care.
- Join online by Direct Debit or Debit Card or alternatively use our postal form. To request a form via the post, please email the fundraising team – firstname.lastname@example.org
- You’ll receive your lottery numbers in the post from Unity Lottery. They will let you know when you will start playing. If you win, Unity Lottery will contact you, so there’s no need to claim your prize! Our winners will also be announced on Inter Care’s lottery page. If you wish to opt-out of this, please let us know.
How it works
For every £1 you play each week, you’ll receive a unique 6-digit lottery number.
Every Friday, a winning number is drawn at random. Match your digits to win up to £25,000!
The lottery is a number match game. Unity Lottery generate a random 6-digit winning number sequence. If your digits are in same positions as the digits in the winning number sequence, you win a prize!
For example, if the winning number sequence was 123456, the lottery number 163057 would be a 3-digit winning match; because 3 digits are positioned in the same place in the sequence.
By playing, you will be supporting our mission
Inter Care is a unique charity local to Leicester and established in 1974. Having identified an urgent need in Africa and aware of the huge amount of medical waste in the UK, the charity committed to recycle surplus medical aid and donate this to rural health units in some of the poorest parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
Inter Care sends high quality medical aid to around 100 rural health units in Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. These units include hospitals, health centres, dispensaries, centres for the disabled, and for orphaned and vulnerable children.
The promoter of this Unity Lottery is 46 The Halfcroft Syston Leicester LE7 1LD
Inter Care Medical Aid for Africa is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by Charnwood Borough Council under account number 60.
A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds go to supporting the work carried out by Inter Care Medical Aid for Africa, 18.4% on prizes and 31.6% on expenses and administration of the lottery.