• The Big Walk visits the Isle of Man

    An idea from the Eden Project made possible by the National Lottery, The Big Walk showcased and celebrated people at the heart of communities who work together to make a positive difference locally.

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  • Children can grow, explore and discover at new adventure playground

    A grant awarded by Manx Lottery Trust has allowed Isle of Play to run an adventure playground pilot scheme for the next 12 months, offering fun activities and stimulating play to children across the Isle of Man.

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  • Rob Vine Fund purchase a new ambulance 

    A grant of £30,000 was award by Manx Lottery Trust to help with the purchase of a new ambulance to for use during Isle of Man motorsport events.

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    The grant Manx Lottery Trust awarded to Manx Credit Union went towards raising awareness of its products and services, targeting its campaign towards those who would benefit most.  

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    The Isle of Man Bee Keepers Federation used its grant to build a new education centre for hosting workshops and training days. 

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The Manx Lottery Trust is an Isle of Man registered charity, number 1021, and is an independent charitable trust constituted under a trust deed dated 21st May 2008. The Trust provides grants to appropriate organisations for the benefit of people resident in the Isle of Man, and is a delegated partner of National Lottery Community Fund.

Men in Sheds

The Men in Sheds Project in Port Erin is getting a bigger workplace, thanks to a grant from the Manx Lottery Trust. Men in Sheds is run by Southern Community Initiatives and started in March 2010, based in a double garage and dedicated woodworking shed off Castletown Road.

Since then, the workshop has become an important community asset, offering support to other charitable, voluntary, cultural and faith organisations.

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Did you know

Over the last 33 years the Manx Lottery Trust has distributed
over £10.8 million to good causes on the Isle of Man.