Burton Albion Community Trust in partnership with the NYCDA Weekly Draw
As we look to a brighter future on the back of the easing of lockdown restrictions and a return to normality with the sport we love, the Community Trust is delighted to be looking to the future with its Official Lottery Partners at the National Youth & Community Development Association (NYCDA). NYCDA is a not for profit organisation committed to helping its partners and affiliates to raise as much funding as possible through its NYCDA Weekly Draw.
All proceeds from the partnership will go towards our mission of ‘Making a difference to our communities through the power of sport and brand of Burton Albion FC’. The funds that we raise through this Lottery are crucial as we seek to deliver many more of our initiatives to the wider community, and we thank you in advance for your support.
BACT’s programmes reach out to children as young as two years old right the way through to last year when a lady celebrated her 100th birthday on one of our active ageing projects.
Last year, BACT delivered more than 21,000 hours of community engagement across 46 different projects, averaging more than 7,200 community members each week. This would not happen without the amazing community partners who support BACT and also individuals, such as you, who continue to support us.
Head of Community Matt Hancock said:
“This is an exciting development for BACT and something we are delighted to launch for the local community. We are hoping it will create a buzz around the town but also give people the opportunity to win great prizes whilst also knowing that their money is going to make a difference to local communities.”
Not only does this help us grow with access to extra resources, but with lots of fantastic prizes up for grabs including a regular £1000 jackpot and other amounts such as £100, £50, £25 and 10 x £10, members can also win a variety of non-cash prizes. Keep an eye out on the website and social media platforms for what these will be for 2021 and beyond.
Finally, we would like to thank you again for your support as we need it now more than ever. Keep an eye out on the website and social media platforms for upcoming news on this partnership including announcements on none cash prizes from us at Burton Albion, as well as all other NYCDA partners.
For any further enquiries, including how to join and details on where proceeds go, then please get in touch using the email or phone details below:
Burton Albion Community Trust is a beneficiary partner of the NYCDA Weekly Draw (Gambling Commission account no. 5166) Reg. Office: 1-2 Frecheville Court, Bury, BL9 OUF. Resp. Person: Mr M Brocklehurst
For more information including terms and conditions please visit www.nycda.co.uk and National Youth and Community Development Association – Licence summary – Gambling Commission