The Community Lottery is a self-help scheme which, since 1984, has distributed almost $10 million to not-for-profit sporting clubs, schools and pre-schools, community groups and charitable organisations in South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Last year, the Community Lottery returned a record $1,563,342 to 840 participating not-for-profit organisations in South Australia, Victoria and the Northern Territory. And in 2013 not-for-profit organisations in the ACT can also participate.
Tickets are available to be purchased online, with 100% of all purchases being directed back to nominated participating organisations.
• There is absolutely no cost for not-for-profit groups to participate
• Tickets are $2 each
• Participating organisations retain 100% of all proceeds which they generate through the sale of lottery tickets
• With 10 tickets in each book, community groups make $20 per lottery book sold
People’s Choice Credit Union and our Business and Media supporters meet all the costs associated with prizes, promotional material, advertising, printing of tickets, and coordinates all administrative essentials such as distribution, licensing, and statutory requirements, leaving participating organisations clear of any of the costs.
The South Australian Whale Centre is the Fleurieu's whale watching centrepoint in the coastal town of Victor Harbor featuring 3 floors of displays, rare art, videos, artefacts and hands on activities and a whale sighting information service.
Imagine a kid's wonderland.
The 2013 Whaletime Playtime Festival will create an exciting atmosphere for Children aged between 3 – 10 yrs of age.
With great performances by exceptional South Australian Children's artist. It will be two days of fun and excitement for the whole family.
There will be plenty of interactive kids activities across the weekend.
The Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run has grown over the years to enjoy participation levels of 40,000 people for the annual event held in September every year.
The Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run's prime objective is to raise funds to support Athletics in South Australia. The efforts assist athletes and clubs within the athletics community in South Australia.
Local Service Clubs, as well as the Athletic community are supported with a donation based on the amount of volunteer help they provide both on race day and for pre-race administration.
A growing number of charities and organizations are using the City-Bay Fun Run as a catalyst for their own fundraising activities.
Advantage SA plays an important role both within and outside the State as the positive voice of South Australia. Advantage SA fearlessly promotes the key advantages of SA through the development and execution of a number of important campaigns, programs and initiatives.
Advantage SA is an independent incorporated association which acts as a communicator, promoter, facilitator and champion of South Australia. Its objective is to promote South Australia both within and outside the State to encourage investment, migration and economic benefits and it does this through a series of targeted programs which communicates the key advantages that South Australia enjoys.
Fringe Benefits is for your passport to the cheapest tickets and hottest deals in Adelaide all year round and best of all it’s FREE
From comedy and theatre, to music, film and fashion, Fringe Benefits members get exclusive discounts to gigs, shows and venues every day of the year – not just during the Fringe!
Since it began in 2006, Fringe Benefits has offered discounts to a range of arts organisations, venues and retailers including the State Theatre Company of SA, Palace Nova Cinemas, Adelaide Comedy, the Future
Music Festival, The Gov and many more!
With over 13,000 members, Fringe Benefits has helped the local arts community to sell more than 30,000 tickets by engaging young audiences through special discounts and opportunities.
Variety, the Children’s Charity SA is an ‘umbrella’ children’s charity. It is a professionally run, international organisation dedicated to inspiring hope and enriching the lives of children in need under the age of 18.
95% of all money raised in South Australia is allocated to projects within the state. Variety helps all children; both directly and through numerous other service providers.
Absolutely ANYONE can apply for funds, from an individual to an already widely know charity.