Supporting us Fundraising Other ways to fundraise Play the Weather Lottery If you fancy the chance of winning up to £25,000 whilst supporting the BTA, this could be for you! Entry into the weekly draw costs just £1 per entry and if your numbers match in the right order, you will win the jackpot of £25,000! The Lottery results are calculated using the temperatures from selected destinations around Europe on a particular day each week. Players are assigned 6 numbers when registering that are then checked against the last 6 digits of temperatures in Fahrenheit that are published in the Daily Mail on the day of the draw. To play, click here or contact us on 0114 250 9933 or [email protected] for more information. You could be smiling whatever the weather! Recycling ink cartridges and mobile phones If you use our recycling envelopes, the BTA will receive £1 for every recycled printer cartridge and up to £30 for each recycled mobile phones. Contact us on 0114 250 9933 or [email protected] to request a supply of ink cartridge envelopes for your home or office. Please note that due to Royal Mail's policy changes we can no longer accept mobile phones in freepost bags. We'd still like your phones but you would need to pay the related postage costs. Online shopping You can raise free donations for the British Tinnitus Association just by shopping online using Give as you Live. Shop at over 4,000 leading online stores including Amazon, eBay, Tesco, John Lewis, Sainsbury's, Just Eat and Trainline, to name but a few! Sign up for free. It takes seconds to create an account in support of the British Tinnitus Association. Once you have signed up, all your do is find the store you want to shop with on Give as you Live, then click 'shop now' to go to their website. Once you've shopped, we'll email to let you know how much you've raised. Payroll Giving Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn) is a great way to support the British Tinnitus Association. It allows anyone who pays UK income tax to give regularly and on a tax-free basis to the charity of their choice Your donations are taken straight from your gross salary (before tax is deducted). This means that every £1 you give will only cost you 80p, and if you are a higher-rate tax-payer it will only cost you 60p. The taxman pays the rest! As Payroll Giving is a regular, reliable way of giving, it is great for the BTA, as it allows us to budget and plan ahead effectively.How do I give through Payroll Giving? First, talk to your employer and find out whether they have a payroll giving scheme already set up. If they do, they will be able to give you a simple application form to complete, stating how much you would like to give, and to which charities. Your donations will then show on your payslip every month. If your employer doesn’t have a scheme in place, you can suggest that they start one! It is quick and easy to set up by signing a HM Revenue & Customs contract with a Payroll Giving agency who will manage the donations on their behalf. Visit www.payrollgiving.co.uk to find out more.