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Welcome

 

 

The GREaT Foundation raises funds through voluntary donations to support socially responsible gambling research, education and treatment. 

 

In April 2012 The GREaT Foundation and Responsible Gambling Fund will officially merge to become the Responsible Gambling Trust and the fundraising and commissioning roles of the two organisations will be adopted by the new charity.  To ensure the best possible start for the Responsible Gambling Trust, it is imperative that we achieve our 2011/12 fundraising goal of �illion to enable a smooth transition of responsibilities and immediate future funding to grant beneficiaries.

 

Currently, our 2011/12 fundraising total stands at �7million and we are extremely grateful to each of the 600 companies that have so far supported us this year.  However, with over 3,000 organisations licensed by the Gambling Commission, we are hoping to see a significant increase in our number of donors over the next few weeks as more organisations elect to support The GREaT Foundation as a means of complying with the Gambling Commission抯 mandatory code of practice (2.1) which relates to contributing to all three aspects of problem gambling namely research, education and treatment.

 

Rest assured, you can be confident in the knowledge that your donations are being used to get the best value for money and details of how funds raised in 2010/11 were spent can be found in GREaT News - July 2011.

 

 

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