By joining the 200 Club, you are helping to raise funds for your local Labour Party and also have the chance to win a prize in the quarterly draw.
The 200 Club is a fun way of helping the local Labour Party to win elections, for less than 7 0 pence per week per ticket. It’s a lottery, with better odds than just about any other because half the money coming in goes out again in prizes!
It’s very simple to join. (And by the way, you don’t have to be a Labour Party member.)
1. Go to https://donation.labour.org.uk/page/103684/donate/1?clp=canterbury and donate £3 monthly.
That enters you into a draw every quarter, for as long as your subs continue.
If you donate any multiple of £3 per month you get extra tickets in every draw … £6 for two, £9 for three, as many as you like.
2. Send a two-line email to [email protected] saying what you’ve done, and how you can be contacted if/when you win.
That’s it – and good luck!
The Autumn draw was on 11th November in the Canterbury branch meeting. Congratulations to the two winners – Yasmin Dallos-Foreman won £150 and Sheena MacDonald £85.
The Spring draw will be in the Whitstable branch meeting in April or May.
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