tackling health inequalities in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
Almost £700,000 raised for good causes in Hampshire

HealthShape Community Interest Company (CIC) has raised £680,881 through The Health Lottery for health-related good causes in Hampshire.
 
Local organisations including Streets Revolution, Breakout Youth and Meon Valley Carers are among those in the area to receive funding from People’s Health Trust, the charity responsible for the distribution of the money locally.
 
The next HealthShape CIC society lottery draw is to be held on Wednesday, 13 November and Saturday, 16 November, when once again, funds raised will help charities and not-for-profit organisations in Hampshire.
 
Jane Ward, from Meon Valley Carers, which received £5,000 funding, said: “Funding from has enabled us to form our Art for the Brain group. The Sessions are relaxed, friendly and can help reduce the stress that our participants experience.”
 
Chris Lunn, director of HealthShape CIC, said: “The projects supported using money raised by HealthShape CIC are extremely valuable to a wide range of individuals, we look forward to hearing more about how these initiatives are enabling people to live longer healthier lives.”
 
Dominic Mansour, CEO of The Health Lottery, said: “We are committed to raising money for good causes throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Buying a Health Lottery ticket not only gives players the chance to win up to £100,000 but also the chance to support their local community.”

Money raised through the Health Lottery
The Health Lottery scheme manages 51 Society Lotteries that operate in rotation and each represents a different geographical region of Great Britain.
 
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