News

Donations

27th March 2020

Due the current situation, the GambleAware office has moved to homeworking. As a result we cannot accept any more donation cheques for this financial year ending 31 March 2020. For guidance on making a donation via bank transfer or online, please see our FAQs.

The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults

27th March 2020

Research finds gambling is seen as part of everyday life for children, young people and vulnerable adults and recommends action is needed to reduce the risk of gambling harms. Read the press release here and the research here.

How to address gambling through PSHE education

02nd March 2020

The PSHE Association, in partnership with GambleAware, has published primary school lessons and accompanying resources to teach children about risk in relation to gambling. Find out more and access the resources for free here.

Project and Events Administrator role

12th February 2020

GambleAware invites applications for a Projects and Events Administrator role. Read more here.

Response to Gambling Related Harm APPG inquiry interim report

06th February 2020

GambleAware submitted a response to the Gambling Related Harm All Party Parliamentary Group interim report on online gambling harm. Read the letter here.

NGTS campaign

03rd February 2020

The National Gambling Treatment Service launches a campaign to increase awareness of gambling treatment. Read the press release here.

Investigating the interface between gambling and gaming

15th January 2020

GambleAware has commissioned Dr Joanne Lloyd, University of Wolverhampton & Dr Helen Lloyd & Dr James Close, University of Plymouth to lead a new research project looking into the relationship between gambling and gaming. Read the announcement here.

Q3 19/20 donations

15th January 2020

GambleAware has published details of donations for the nine months ending 31 December 2019. Further details are here.

Credit card ban

14th January 2020

GambleAware welcomes the decision to extend the ban on credit cards for online gambling. Read the announcement here.

Skins in the Game

23rd December 2019

New report by the Royal Society for Public Health finds that a majority of young people (11 – 24 year olds) see the relationship between gambling and gaming as one that could be negative for young people. Find out more and read the report here.

Howard League Commission on Crime and Problem Gambling

13th December 2019

GambleAware submitted a response to the Howard League for Penal Reform's Commission on Crime and Problem Gambling. Read the response here.

GambleAware partners with PSHE Association to publish guidance for teachers on gambling harms

05th December 2019

The PSHE Association, in partnership with GambleAware, has published a handbook on how to teach children about gambling harms. Read the press release here, and download the handbook for free here.

In-depth study reveals what factors influence young people's gambling habits

05th December 2019

An in-depth longitudinal study, commissioned by GambleAware and part of the 'Bristol Children of the 90s study', has revealed what factors influence young people's gambling habits. Read the press release here.

Know the Stakes

29th November 2019

GambleAware and Parent Zone have launched a new campaign 'Know the Stakes' to support young people to stay in control of their finances and understand the risks of gambling. Find out more information here.

House of Lords Select Committee session

04th November 2019

GambleAware's Chair and CEO gave evidence at the House of Lords Select Committee - Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry. View the session here and see GambleAware's written response here.

APPG on the Treatment of Addiction

04th November 2019

GambleAware submitted a response to the APPG on the Treatment of Addiction - Hidden Addiction Series: Black Asian and Minority Ethnic groups. Read the response here.