Funding raised by players of People's Postcode Lottery is transforming lives and communities in Britain and beyond.
Our ambassadors and film crews travel the country to showcase the amazing work of the charities and good causes which are supported by players. Our latest charity films are available to view below.
See for yourself how players of People’s Postcode Lottery are making a difference.
Volunteering Matters is helping older people stay active and engaged through online classes. Players' support makes this possible.
Goldies' singalong and activity sessions help older people experiencing loneliness stay connected.
English National Ballet's Dance for Parkinson's sessions are helping people with the condition to build strength and self confidence, thanks to players.
With players' support, Depaul UK is helping tackle homelessness among young people.
Postcode Lottery ambassadors spent time with walking charity the Ramblers to find out how funding is helping way mark the Cambrian Way.
£1 million in funding raised by players is making a difference to feline welfare charity, Cats Protection.
Players helped Woodland Trust buy Ben Shieldaig, a mountain in Scotland, and its surrounding ancient woodland.
A special gym is transforming the lives of people with Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis or the after effects of a stroke.
Players are helping the National Trust protect the iconic chalky coastline site, the White Cliffs of Dover.
Bexley Mencap and player support is helping people with learning disabilities live more independently.
CUSP Swansea is using funding raised by players and skateboarding to build self-esteem and confidence in young people.
Charity Sightsavers on the impact cataracts have on people in poorer countries and the difference players are making to those affected.
Players are helping Cornwall Seal Research Group protect grey seals.
Players are helping bring people and communities together through shared reading.
Woodland Trust is protecting plant species and restoring woodlands, thanks to funding raised by players.
Vulnerable and disadvantaged people in communities across Britain benefit from the support of Volunteering Matters, thanks to support from players.
Jak's Den is supporting children with cancer and their families. Funds raised by players helped create a new facility.
With support from players, Greenhouse Sports can reach more disadvantaged children, building their skills and confidence.