Here at Lotto, we love to celebrate the great causes that our Lotto funding goes to and this month we feature the work the Brainwave Trust on our Saturday Lotto draw.
A ground-breaking Gallipoli exhibition to mark the centenary of WW1 has opened at Te Papa and is free to the public, thanks to Lotto players.
Keen archer and volunteer extraordinaire Dennis Mroczkowski from the North Shore has been recognised as the Lotto New Zealand Sport Maker of the Year for 2015.
Every week in New Zealand three families are told their child has cancer. The Child Cancer Foundation supports these families from the very beginning.
Teresa O’Reilly has done a lot of work on the story of her great-uncle Michael Callaghan, who was killed aged 32 during the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
Te Papa Museum is combining the worlds of movies, model-making, and museums to take visitors on a journey back to Gallipoli.
Howzat! International cricket fever hits New Zealand in February and March 2015 and Lotto is proud to support the host venues in five New Zealand centres.
A unique music therapy centre in Auckland is providing children and young people with special needs, a chance to change their lives through music, thanks to funding support from Lotto NZ.
See Lotto NZ's funding of Surf Life Saving in action with Surf Life Saving ambassador Jamie McDell.
The construction of the ‘Meet the Locals’ precinct at Wellington Zoo is well underway and is set to open in late 2015 thanks in part to Lotto funding.
Coastguard Marlborough is one step closer to purchasing a $1.3 million rescue boat thanks to Lotto players and $213,000 in Lottery funding.