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You flutter, we fly: join the DAA Lottery today!

Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) has been providing urgent medical assistance to people in Devon for nearly 25 years and has saved more than 22,000 lives thanks to the generous donations of the people, businesses and communities of Devon.

The DAA Lottery, which started on the 21st September 2001, was created to provide a regular income to support the service and is a significant contributor to the charity’s fundraising; over the past fourteen years the DAA Lottery has raised more than £12 million.

This year the DAA Lottery has reached record levels of membership with over 7,000 new players, bringing the total number of playing members to 37,000.

Joining the DAA Lottery will give you the opportunity to win cash prizes each week; with £1,350 first prize, £135 second and third prize, and ten further prizes of £50. Results are published on DAA's website as well as Facebook and Twitter every Friday afternoon. The DAA Lottery costs only £1 per week and with over 75p of every pound going direct to Devon Air Ambulance it really does mean you flutter, we fly.

Fundraising Director Caroline Creer stated “We are extremely proud of our in-house Lottery and so pleased that the membership continues to grow year on year. It’s a great way for our supporters to regularly donate with the chance of winning cash prizes.”

To join the DAA Lottery please visit the DAA lottery pageemail or phone 01392 469886.

There are various ways to pay your membership; standing order is Devon Air Ambulance’s preferred method, but you can also pay by cheque (for a minimum of 26 weeks at a time), direct at one of Devon Air Ambulance’s many cash agents scattered all over Devon or in one of Devon Air Ambulance’s 17 shops. For a full list of shops please visit DAA shop page or email to find your nearest agent.

Players must be 16 and over and a resident of the UK. Devon Air Ambulance are registered with the Gambling Commission and members of the Lotteries Council.

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