Have a little flutter for a good cause 

Whether you win or not, the UK's vulnerable children will be the ultimate winners. 

We use lotteries and raffles to help us raise money to help the children who need it most. 

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    Join our Weekly Lottery

    Don’t miss your chance to be one of 128 weekly winners! When you join you’ll also be automatically entered into our Superdraws to win up to £15,000!

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    Winners Club

    Take part in the biggest workplace lottery scheme in the UK!

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    Enter our Raffle

    Our Winter Raffle 2021 closes on 26 November 2021. Enter now for the chance to win £15,000!

Are you a lucky winner? 

Check below to see if you have won in any of our Weekly Lottery or Raffle Superdraw draws!

I was amazed to learn that I had won the top prize. I definitely recommend entering, as you are helping a very worthy cause - even if you don't win.

Mr Blackburn

£7,000 Winner

Where your money goes

In 2020, £1,400,741 was raised through ticket sales in our Weekly Lottery, Raffle Superdraws and Winners Club, with just 14.05% spent on prizes, 10.25% towards expenses and a fantastic 75.70% towards helping vulnerable children, young people and families across the UK. That's an amazing £1,060,322.07! Thank you.

Our Weekly Lottery, Raffle Superdraws and Winners clubs are not fixed odds lotteries. The estimated likelihood of winning a prize, based on the average 2020 playing entries, is 1 in 148 in our regular Weekly Lotteries and 1 in 811 in our Raffle Superdraws. Odds of winning for Winners Club is dependent on each individual company and can be found here. Actual odds will vary draw to draw.

Self-exclusion

We are committed to running all our lotteries and raffles in a socially responsible way. Read more about our responsible gambling policy, and how to self-exclude from our lotteries and raffles on our Self-exclusion and responsible gambling page.

Complaints

If you have a complaint about a Barnardo's lottery or raffle, see Lotteries and raffles: how to make a complaint