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Raffles

Our Summer raffle is now closed and you can find the list of winners published below.  Your support will make a huge difference to the lives of disabled people and their families.

Our seasonal raffles are one of our most popular fundraising initiatives, and with so many chances to win, it’s easy to see why. These raffles raise vital funds to help customers meet the costs of suitable vehicles and special adaptations so they can enjoy the same freedom and independence so many of us take for granted.

If you want to play but do not normally receive a raffle pack in the post, please get in touch with our Supporter Care team on 0300 123 1875 or .

How we have helped Grace and her family 

Young girl and her familyGrace was born with a rare chromosomal disorder which means she has difficulty walking and has severe autism and hypermobility. As a result, amongst other things she finds it hard to keep calm in unfamiliar situations. 

Tracey, Grace’s mum, explains one of the challenges of having a child with severe autism: “Grace really needs her own space, otherwise she can become frustrated and will take this out on those close by, which is distressing for us all.”

The overwhelming generosity of Motability’s supporters has made a huge difference to family outings. Tracey says, “Trying to fit the family in our old car was a nightmare at the best of times, but now there are no squabbles or tears ruining days out in our new car.” 

Download the Summer raffle winners list Will download a resource(PDF 41KB)

If you would prefer to receive copy of the winners list by post, please contact Supporter Care on 0300 123 1875 or email

The Christmas raffle will be sent to Motability Supporters from 1 October 2015.

Responsible Gambling

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The majority of people do gamble responsibly however for some, gambling can become a problem.

If you are concerned about the amount you are gambling, (or you are concerned for a friend or relative) then the following questions may help give you some guidance:
• Has there been uncontrolled spending?
• Are significant amounts of time spent gambling?
• Has there been concealing or lying about gambling behaviour?
• Has the gambling impacted on relationships with family and friends?
• Have you noticed withdrawal from family activities?
• Is an excessive amount of time being spent on a computer?
• Have you noticed lack of apparent interests or leisure pursuits?
• Has there been absence from school, college or work?
 

Sometimes just telling someone about your concerns can be a relief and the first step toward dealing with your problem.

For friendly and helpful advice from trained counsellors, you can call GamCares’s helpline on 0808 8020 133. The helpline is open 24 hours a day.

Alternatively, you can also visit GambleAware’s websiteOpens in new window for more information and advice.