Working for you

Based at Lotterywest in Perth, our team members make regular visits to the country regions and parts of the metropolitan area to connect with communities.

From Esperance to Kununurra, we have someone who understands your local community needs and is excited to help you to achieve your goals.

Our team

We have members in our team who provide support in the following regions:

  • Pilbara, Kimberley, North Metropolitan: Lucy Reynolds, Lucy Mallen and Holly Carter
  • Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Northeast Metropolitan: Renai Bremner, Linda Pomare and Shireen Watson
  • Peel, Midwest-Gascoyne, South Metropolitan: Lee Grmas, Elaine Walsh and Antony Feldhusen
  • Southwest, Great Southern, Southeast Metropolitan: James Wild, Natalie Venables, Kristy Rodwell, Jane Sterck

Call us if you’re not sure who to speak with or if you’d like to talk about when we’re next visiting your community.

 Antony Feldhusen, Lucy Mallen & Scott Williams on boat

Antony Feldhusen, Lucy Mallen & Scott Williams

Making grants

In a rapidly changing landscape – new needs and opportunities are emerging all the time.  Flexibility and responsiveness are two principles that guide our grant making. Lotterywest looks for its grants to complement other sources of support, including a contribution from an organisation's own resources.

Our list of grant types was created based on the more common requests we receive. If you don’t think your proposal fits in a grant type we encourage you to share your idea with us and explore our scope to support it. We aim to get the focus right and to help you to find new or innovative ways to achieve your goals.

A lot happens when you play
Did you know?

A lot happens when you play

It’s thanks to you playing our games that we’re able to support the things that make WA a great place to live.

Money-go-round

Our grant funds come from the sales of our lottery games achieved through the hard work of over 500 retailers throughout the State.

For every dollar they make, Lotterywest retailers add on commission and return 60 cents back to players as prizes. About one third of the dollar is returned to the public, either as grants directly managed by us or as statutory grant allocations, through the State Government, to health, arts and sport.  The remaining cents are for Lotterywest operating costs including the administration of grants.