The National Lottery’s community fund is managed by a board of directors. It was established in the UK in 1994 along with the state-recognised National Lottery. The Gambling Commission regulates both operations and is currently managed by Camelot Group. As of 2024, Allwyn Entertainment Ltd operates the lottery. The board of directors is responsible for setting the fund’s overarching objectives and key policies. They also ensure that the fund’s operations are effectively and efficiently managed by the CEO and senior management. In day-to-day work, the CEO and senior management team lead the organisation.
With the help of his management team, the CEO implements the strategies and policies of the Board. They also manage the fund on a daily basis.
Our project involves studying the UK’s finances alongside those of Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland. Each of these five areas is further divided into five sub-portfolios.
There are many teams across the UK working with people to come up with new ideas and create opportunities for groups to come together. They are the main point of contact for the public.
How do we keep our players safe in the UK?
GamCare provides free support, advice and information to anyone affected by their gambling problem.
Camelot was one of the first online and retail gaming operators in the UK. As a result, the company achieved a GamCare Safer Gambling Standard for its operations.
Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd achieved the Safer Gambling Standard Advanced Level 2 for GamCare’s standard of quality social responsibility. This aim is to raise the overall standards of social responsibility in the industry so that people can play a game safer for everyone.
Camelot’s Corporate Responsibility plan promotes healthy play with National Lottery games by offering new accreditation options. These include online and in-store promotions.