The UniBrass Foundation has launched its new Lottery scheme to raise money to fund its work and give our supporters the opportunity to win up to £25,000!
Supporters are invited to enter the UniBrass Lottery - with each entry just £1 a week.
From every £1 entry, the UniBrass Foundation automatically receives 50p, with the remainder added to a larger prize fund, hosted by the Unity lottery platform. Weekly monetary prizes range from £25-25,000, as well as having the opportunity to win free entries into future draws - all whilst helping the charity.
Entry to the UniBrass Lottery is quick and easy: simply visit the website and buy your Lottery tickets with a Direct Debit. Each £1 entry is one chance to win each week, and you can enter up to 20 times per month. You’ll be randomly allocated your numbers and, if you win, your prize cheque will be sent to your door!
The UniBrass Foundation exists to support and nurture university brass bands, providing educational, musical and performance opportunities to existing university ensembles and to encourage the creation of new university bands. The Foundation aims to provide a crucial link between youth banding and community banding movements, and ensure the future generation of brass musicians continue to play throughout their time at university.
The focal point of the Foundation’s activity is supporting the organisation of the annual UniBrass contest, in which university bands from across the UK come together to compete in two sections.
As well as the contest, the Foundation provides advice to university ensembles, supports carolling events, has hosted a student conductors course, organised summer music events, and is looking forward to future artistic development activities.
As a charity, the UniBrass Foundation relies on donations to carry out these projects, and funds raised from this new Lottery will enable the Foundation to host more events and support more students.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up to the UniBrass Lottery today to have a chance of winning up to £25,000, and help UniBrass expand their work.