Salisbury City Community Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in the Salisbury City area. All good causes supported by the lottery will benefit the Salisbury City area and its residents.
Salisbury City Communities Team oversees the lottery and works to connect local good causes with this opportunity to raise awareness and funds.
When you pay the Salisbury City Community Lottery, at least 60% of the ticket price goes to support the good cause you select. We have 47 local good causes signed up today for you to choose from and there’s a chance to win the £25,000 jackpot every week.
This year we estimate £23,000 will be raised via the lottery for local good causes.
Riverbourne Community Farm
Good Cause Since January 2021
Total Raised So Far: £3,298.00
Average Funds Raised : £160 – £230 per month.
“We think that the Salisbury City Community Lottery is a fantastic way for people to support local causes like ours whilst having a bit of fun along the way. I know that our supporters have been amongst the winners so far which is great”
Sara-Jane Hancock, Education and Marketing Manager
River Bourne Community Farm is a free-to-visit community space located on the outskirts of Salisbury. The main aim of the farm was to provide outdoor education to young people in the local area. For 10 years we have been offering courses for those aged 11 to 18, many of whom have additional needs such as autism or aspergers, have emotional or behavioural problems or who suffer with their mental health. In the past two years we have extended this provision to include children of primary school age. We have seen that working outdoors, particularly with animals (we have a wide range of animals on the farm), is extremely beneficial to their general health and well-being. We see young people increase in confidence during their time at the farm. The farm is open daily from 10am til 1pm for visitors to come and see all our animals and enjoy the countryside.