Meet the St Barnabas House Lottery team

We’re here to help you win!

The St Barnabas House Lottery is run by our Lottery Manager, Kara Lynsdale, and a small, dedicated in-house team.

If you have any questions and can’t find the answers in our Frequently Asked Questions, please get in touch with us on 01903 871842 or by email at lottery@stbarnabaslottery.org.uk

Our Fundraisers

It’s important for us to continue fundraising, especially in this difficult time. The demand for our care services is high and our income has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, we’ve partnered with the face-to-face fundraising agency ISS to sign-up new players for the St Barnabas House Lottery.

We haven't taken the decision lightly to re-launch our face-to-face activities. We stopped fundraising in March 2020. In April 2021, we cautiously resumed face-to-face fundraising while following government guidelines and guidance from the Fundraising Regulator. We're continuing to adhere to government and industry guidelines and are closely monitoring our fundraising activities.

Our fundraisers display identification badges and will be wearing St Barnabas House branded clothing. You can call us on 01903 871842 to check a fundraiser's credentials. We're also working with the telephone fundraising agency DTV Optimise who calls people to promote the St Barnabas House Lottery.

We're proud of the dedication, professionalism, and knowledge our fundraisers have. If you feel that a fundraiser is not representing us well, is not courteous, appears to be pushy or if you have any other concerns, please let us know immediately. Thank you.

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Pina Dichello’s first thought were for her granddaughters, Helena and Gabriella, when she was told she had won £250 with the St Barnabas Lottery. “I’m going to put the money towards a holiday for the two of them,” she said, and her beaming smile was bright enough to illuminate the neat garden of her Worthing home. “They’re great girls.  Helena ...

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