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What is a charity lottery?

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A charity lottery (Society Lottery) is a fun way to donate money to a great cause with the added bonus of having the chance to win a cash prize each week.

The Age UK Weekly Lottery costs just £1 per week to enter and profits go towards supporting Age UK’s charity work. Each week there are 1,000 prizes and 5,000 quarterly Superdraw prizes. What’s more, there are no rollovers in our charity lottery! That means that every week one of our players wins a guaranteed £2,000, and 999 players win between £10 - £250 in runner-up prizes.

How our lottery helps the older people that need us most

Since 2005, over £64.8 million* has been raised, making a significant difference to the help and support available for vulnerable older people in the UK.

Age UK work tirelessly to tackle loneliness, give expert information and advice 365 days a year through our Advice Line, deliver tailored community programmes through our network of over 125 local Age UKs. to campaign for the rights of older people, and much more. By playing our charity lottery you enable Age UK to support people in later life throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland for many years to come.

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*Source: Age UK January 2005 – March 2022

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Last updated: Jul 11 2022

Age UK, 7th Floor, One America Square, 17 Crosswall, London EC3N 2LB, registered charity in England and Wales (1128267), Is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) under account number 24446; a society lottery which raises funds to support Age UK’s work for older people.

The responsible person is: Laurie Boult, who can be contacted at the above address. £1 per entry. You must be 18 or over to enter. The % of proceeds raised and declared as profit from each of the society lotteries promoted in 2021 by each of the three subsidiaries and the likelihood of winning a prize, can be found on the Society Lotteries web page.

Are you gambling more than you really want to?

If you feel you have a problem with gambling please visit BeGambleAware’s website for help and advice at www.begambleaware.org, or call 24-7 the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133.

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