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Good Causes by Country

View information about Good Causes for the following EuroMillions countries:

UK

In the UK, 28p from every £1 spent on National Lottery games, including EuroMillions, is set aside for good causes. More than £40 billion has been raised since the National Lottery began, with over £30 million per week being added to the Good Causes Fund.

More than half a million awards have been granted to projects across the UK, and the figure keeps rising sharply each year. The funds collected are distributed by a number of bodies, covering four main categories – Sports, Arts, Heritage, and Health Education, Environment and Charitable Causes.

The money is split proportionally as set out by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport:

Austria

Österreichische Lotterien, which runs EuroMillions in Austria, has been sponsoring good causes under the motto of ‘good for Austria’ since 1986. Austria’s Olympic and Paralympic Committees have been backed by funds raised through lottery games in Austria. A range of other humanitarian and research projects have also benefited, while money has been raised to help the protection of pandas, lynx and bearded vultures.

Belgium

The Belgian National Lottery is committed to helping various good causes and offers grants and sponsorships to a host of projects. A total of €185.3 million was made available for public service grants in 2016, split between 61.95% for humanitarian and social work, 27.44% for donations to the community, 6.5% for culture, 2.92% for sport and 1.19% for science.

France

Française des Jeux, the French National Lottery, is committed to developing athletes with sponsorship programmes, providing social support through sport and helping disabled people access sports. It achieves these aims through funds from games like EuroMillions, which are distributed by the lottery’s foundation. The company also sponsors the Française des Jeux professional cycling team, which was founded in 1997.

Ireland

More than €5 billion has been raised for good causes since the Irish National Lottery began in 1987, and approximately 30% of the funds generated from games such as EuroMillions are donated to worthy projects. The money is distributed across the country, supporting local initiatives and larger organisations such as the CROCUS Centre for people with cancer, the Dyslexia Association and the Asthma Society.

Luxembourg

The net profit on all Luxembourg lottery games, including EuroMillions, is donated to good causes in the fields of health, sport, culture, social issues and the environment. The Nationale Grande-Duchesse Charlotte is responsible for distributing the grants on behalf of the lottery and has awarded almost €220 million to date, with beneficiaries including the Luxembourg Red Cross, the National Cultural Fund.

Portugal

The Portuguese Department of Games runs lotteries such as EuroMillions and donates the majority of net income to government departments who distribute the funds in the areas of health, sport, culture and social issues. Of the money provided for beneficiaries across Portugal and its islands, 28% is pledged to Santa Casa Misericordia de Lisboa, a charity dating from the 15th century which runs hospitals and other health centres, as well as supporting a wide range of other projects.

Spain

Loterias y Apuestas del Estado allocates its profits to an array of good causes devoted to social issues, sport, culture, education and the environment. Some of the charitable organisations to benefit from funds from EuroMillions and other lottery games are the Spanish Association Against Cancer, the Olympic Sports Association and San Ildefonso Primary School.

Switzerland

There are two official lottery operators in Switzerland — Swisslos and Loterie Romande. Swisslos supports national sports programmes such as the Olympic team and youth development in football, whilst also focusing on the German-speaking cantons of Switzerland and Ticino across sectors such as culture, sport, social issues and the environment. Loterie Romande provides support for good causes in the French-speaking cantons, benefiting the areas of sport, social action, education, health, culture, research, heritage, the environment and tourism.

Online Winners

Amount Won How to Claim
Up to £500 Prizes up to £500 are paid directly into your National Lottery account.
£501 — £30,000 This is paid to the debit card associated with your National Lottery account, but you need to confirm the payment should be made before it can be issued.
£30,001 — £50,000 Contact the National Lottery Customer Care team on 0333 234 44 33 and quote your ticket number. You will be paid either by cheque or directly into your bank account.
£50,001 and over Contact the National Lottery Customer Care team on 0333 234 44 33 and quote your ticket number. Once your claim has been verified, you must collect your winnings in person. The National Lottery reserves the right to choose whether to issue your payment as a cheque or bank transfer.

Direct Debit and Pingit

For players who pay by Direct Debit, prizes of up to £50,000 are directly transferred into the bank or building society account associated with the payment. Pingit prizes are paid into your Pingit account. For sums worth more than £50,000, you must contact the Customer Care Team to arrange the receipt of your winnings.

Syndicates and Subscriptions

If you joined an online syndicate, or chose your EuroMillions numbers online through theLotter.com, then you will receive any prizes directly into your private account. For larger amounts, you will need to contact their support team to arrange collection of your winnings.

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Méthode pour mieux jouer à l’EuroMillions et pronostics :

Acheter un billet d’euromillions, choisir les bons numéros, trouver la bonne combinaison, faire le bon pronostic et gagner : c’est le rêve que vous désespérez de voir se réaliser ? Eh bien ! Sachez d’abord qu’il n’y a pas que les autres qui gagnent, et ensuite que l’astuce qui vous permettra de toucher le jackpot se trouve peut-être dans ce site.

Quelques méthodes pour jouer et gagner à l’euromillions ?

La chose la plus sûre à faire pour avoir le bon résultat à l’Euromillions, c’est de commencer avant tout par y jouer. Pour le reste (choix des numéros, combinaison, etc.), il n’y a pas vraiment, du moins pour le moment, de systèmes ou de techniques infaillibles. Cependant, il existe un certain nombre de méthodes avec lesquelles vous pourrez réussir à convaincre la chance de vous offrir son plus beau sourire.

  • Trouvez la bonne combinaison avec votre date de naissance
    Utiliser sa date de naissance pour composer les numéros de son billet de loterie est une méthode que beaucoup de joueurs appliquent. Aussi, si vous n’y avez jamais vraiment prêté attention, c’est le moment de le faire. Cela a fonctionné pour d’autres personnes, alors pourquoi est-ce que ce ne serait pas le cas avec vous ? Il existe donc plusieurs manières de se servir des numéros de sa date de naissance (jour, mois, année) pour trouver des numéros gagnants. Mais retenez que la meilleure sera la vôtre. La même méthode la plus célèbre toutefois reste celle du «sentier de l’âme» consistant à obtenir un numéro fétiche à travers une addition des chiffres se rapportant au moment où vous êtes né.
  • Et si vous rêviez vos numéros gagnants ?
    Bon, il est vrai que la combinaison gagnante ne va pas vous apparaitre dans vos rêves aussi clairement que les lettres de cet article, mais il vous sera possible de la trouver à travers ce dont vous rêvez. En effet, la plupart des gens pensent que ce dont nous rêvons signifie forcément quelque chose, et qu’on a même la possibilité d’y déchiffrer des numéros avec lesquels on peut espérer un bon résultat à l’Euro Millions. Pierre Calvete, un célèbre joueur professionnel et grand interpréteur de rêves, vous propose même une méthode pour y arriver à travers son livre «La Méthode Ultime pour Gagner à l’Euro Millions».

Pourquoi ne pas essayer aussi les méthodes suivantes ?

À part les deux méthodes précédentes, il existe tout un tas d’astuces simples et parfois très anodines pour vous donner la chance de voir vos numéros sortir au prochain tirage. Ainsi, vous avez la possibilité de trouver votre combinaison gagnante avec les lettres de l’alphabet, avec la technique du «plan pyramidal», ou encore en incluant des numéros auxquels vous attachez une valeur émotionnelle (la date d’un événement heureux ou n’importe quel autre chiffre ou nombre qui compte beaucoup pour vous). En outre, vous pouvez tout simplement vous en remettre tout au hasard, et faire vos pronostics «au petit bonheur la chance» en vous inspirant du moindre numéro qui vous tombe sous les yeux où que vous soyez.

Vous pouvez également vous en remettre à mes propres pronostics Euromillions, un ensemble de 6 grilles, disponibles chaque semaine et qui ont déjà fait leurs preuves dans le passé…

Après tout, si l’euro millions est bel et bien un jeu de pur hasard, il n’y a pas de raison que ce «hasard» ne puisse pas vous permettre de décrocher la timbale, n’est-ce pas ?

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