A council-run lottery has raised almost £23,000 for good causes.
Medway Council was asked to reveal how much money had been raised since the Medway Lottery launched in July last year.
A Freedom of Information request revealed 37,988 tickets have been purchased to date, with 432 tickets purchased in the first week.
Tickets cost £1, of which 60% goes directly to charities.
The lottery has so far raised £22,792.80 for its 58 beneficiaries.
These include Home Start Medway, Medway Street Angels, Abigail's Footsteps, Club AUsome, and some of Medway's schools.
Players of the lottery can win a £25,000 jackpot if all six numbers in the draw sequence are matched. Two matching numbers can get you free three extra tickets.
So far, the lottery has given away £3,750 in prize money and the extra tickets have been awarded 825 times.