Reepham & District Rotary Club has launched a page on the Broadland Community at Heart Lottery to raise additional funds for use in the local community.
The lottery offers a top prize of £25,000 every week with the first draw on 27 February.
Rotary club treasurer Jim Fraser said: “Provided we can sell at least 50 tickets, 50% of all ticket sales through our page will be returned to us for use in and around Reepham.
“We are already halfway to our target and would welcome more help from our friends and neighbours.”
At a time of increasing local need this represents a fun way to contribute to the community, he added.
The lockdown has made fundraising difficult, but the club continues to support school, church and scouting activities, as well as organisations such as the Bircham Centre. A dementia café is also planned as soon as things are more relaxed.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the club has not been able to hold meetings or fundraising events.
However, the Reepham Rotary Recovery Initiative has raised more than £2,800 for distribution to local causes, and more projects are planned when meetings can be more sociable.