Tap the App and win big with Power Lottery to support the Electrical Industries Charity

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The Electrical Industries Charity is challenging everyone in the electrical and energy industries to tap the app and play Power Lottery to win cash prizes while helping hundreds of people in the sector to have a better quality of life.

The Charity’s number one fundraising stream, Power Lottery is an easy way to show your support and help the Charity to support thousands of people with practical and financial support. Thanks to the new EIC Power Lottery App you can now register, play and check your results in just one click.

When you tap the app, you can choose to purchase between one and ten lottery numbers each month at the cost of as little as £1 per month to be in with a chance to win 15 cash prizes of up to £1,000.

Power Lottery provides the Charity with 30% of its annual income which is directly handed out in financial grants to the industry through the Charity’s Employee Assistance Programme which includes the Practical Participation, Apprentice, Pensioner, and the Family and Employee Support Programmes.

In the past year, the Electrical Industries Charity has given financial assistance grants to 672 people as well as direction and guidance to 4,154 people. You can show your support and help the Charity to make a difference to thousands of industry colleagues lives by entering Power Lottery today.

There are up to £80,000 in prizes to be won every year when you tap the app and play to help others in our industry. Test your luck and show your support by downloading the EIC Power Lottery App or enter the draw through the Charity’s official website.

For more information, visit www.electricalcharity.org.

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