Rules and Regulations Policy Statements - NKF Lottery - Rules and Regulations Reviewed June 2019 The NKF runs two draws per year, one is a spring draw and the other is a Christmas draw. Closing date for the draw is printed on the tickets – all entries received prior to this date will be eligible for entry into the draw. Receipts received after that date will be accepted as a donation. Thank you very much for your support. If you would like to help us further please make a donation, your gift, no matter what size, will be used to improve the lives of kidney patients throughout the UK. Please note you must be a resident of Great Britain and over 16 years of age to buy raffle tickets. The draw will take place at our Head office, The Point, Worksop, S81 8BW . All winners will be notified, by telephone in the first instance wherever possible and subsequently in writing. A complete list of winners will be available from the National Kidney Federation on 01909 544999, or by applying in writing to National Kidney Federation, The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 8BW by accessing NKF website at www.kidney.org.uk and winners will be listed in Kidney Life magazine and In Touch newsletter. If you would like to order books of tickets to sell to your family and friends, please call us on 01909 544999. The NKF registered promotor with the Gambling Commission is Pete Revell, Head of Fundraising with the charity. National Kidney Federation is registered with the Gambling Commission under schedule 1A of the Lottery and Amusement Act 1976. Tickets are not to be sold to or by any person under the age of 16. All profits from this raffle will be covenanted to the National Kidney Federation. National Kidney Federation has policies and procedures on all areas of gambling, which can be viewed under gambling policies and procedures www.kidney.org.uk/main/policy/ For friendly and helpful advice from trained counsellors call the GamCare helpline on Freephone 0808 8020 133. The helpline is open from 8am to midnight, 7 days a week. Sometimes just talking to someone about your problem can be a relief and the first step towards dealing with your problem. You can also visit the GamCare website at www.gamcare.org.uk for more information.