Anyone who is concerned their gambling may be becoming a problem can request to be temporarily excluded from all our gambling activities. They just need to contact us to discuss whether a self-exclusion (minimum of 6 months) is the best option, and if it is we can agree this with them.
If an individual is self-excluded, we place their details on an exclusion database and they will not be able to take part in any of our lotteries or draws and they will not receive any gambling related marketing from us. After six months (minimum) the self-exclusion will be removed unless the individual contacts us to request that it is extended.
For further information on the full procedure, please read our Self-Exclusion Policy or talk in confidence to a member of our lottery team by filling in the form below:
Leeds Hospitals Charity Lottery is committed to providing a responsible gaming environment. If you are concerned that gambling may have become a problem for you and would like to self-exclude to prevent your participation in lotteries managed by Leeds Hospitals Charity Lottery, then please follow the advice in our Self Exclusion Policy
You can also find our more in our Frequently Asked Questions
Ground Floor Trust Headquarters, St James's University Hospital
Leeds Hospitals Charity
Leeds Hospitals Charity, Ground Floor, Trust Headquarters, St. James’s University Hospital, Beckett Street, Leeds LS9 7TF
Leeds Cares trading as Leeds Hospitals Charity is a registered charity in England and Wales (1170369) and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, company number 10492128.
Leeds Hospitals Charity Lottery is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 58230. Responsible person: Paul Watkins. Customer funds held by Leeds Hospitals Charity, are not protected in the event of insolvency.
A member of The Lotteries Council.
For guidance on responsible gambling please visit www.begambleaware.org