yourtown Prize Draws minimises risk to Art Union supporters and helps supporters make informed decisions about their participation through a responsible gambling framework. Its purpose is to ensure that we actively minimise or eliminate harm to supporters arising from gambling problems and the like.
While the nature of our Art Union lotteries poses an inherently lower risk profile when compared to commercial lotteries or other betting services, as a responsible member of the community, we strive to protect our supporters from harm.
Only you can decide how much time and money you want to spend on gambling. You should spend only what you can afford to lose.
When gambling on charitable and non-profit activities, you should remember that these games are products of chance and randomness and there is no guarantee that you will achieve the winning outcomes. Your odds of winning a prize are related to the number of tickets sold in each lottery. The total number of tickets available in each lottery can be found in the Terms and Conditions of the specific draw you have purchased in.
Gambling Help offers various tools to check on your spending.
If you feel that you or a family member may have a problem with gambling, we strongly encourage you to contact one of the services listed below.
Gambling Help Queensland- Free, Confidential, 24 hour service: on 1800 858 858 or gamblinghelpqld.org.au
Lifeline at 13 11 14 or lifeline.org.au
New South Wales: 1800 633 635
Victoria: 1800 156 789
South Australia: 1800 060 757
Tasmania: 1800 000 973
Western Australia: 1800 622 122
Australian Capital Territory: 02 6247 065
Northern Territory: 1800 858 858
The likelihood of winning for each draw are written in the our terms and conditions. Our FAQs also contain further information on the odds for all our draws.