Who runs the PDSA lottery?

How does PDSA lottery work?

What is the PDSA Weekly Lottery? The PDSA Weekly Lottery draw takes place every Friday, with the chance to win up to 50 cash prizes. Anyone who is a resident in Great Britain and over 18 years old may enter, and each £1 entry gives you the chance of winning one of a number of cash prizes.

Who owns the PDSA?

PDSA is governed by a Council (composed of Trustees) which approves all policies and major expenditure programmes within the charity.

How does lottery rollover work?

A lottery rollover occurs when no one wins the jackpot in a draw. The funds that would have normally been awarded to the top-tier winner are instead added to the jackpot for the following game.

What is the poppy lottery?

The Poppy Lottery raises funds for the Royal British Legion. It is run by Royal British Legion Poppy Lottery Ltd, a subsidiary trading company of The Royal British Legion. Players pay £4.34 for one entry in the weekly draws, with a chance of winning one of 200 cash prizes each Friday, including a top prize of £2,000.

How much does the director general of the PDSA earn?

The Board of Trustees is responsible for defining PDSA’s Executive Pay Policy and deciding on the salaries of senior leaders and the Director General. The Board delegates this responsibility to the Governance and Remuneration Committee. In the financial year 2019, our Director General’s basic salary was £154,209.

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Who is the highest paid charity CEO UK?

CEO compensation among charities in the United Kingdom

Charity CEO salary (£) CEO name
British Red Cross 173,000 Mike Adamson
Cancer Research UK 240,000 Harpal Kumar
Macmillan Cancer Support 170,000 Ciarán Devane
NSPCC 162,000 Peter Wanless